Science and Art

How university museums bridge the gap between art and science

The Berkeley Art Museum, which reopens this month, joins host of institutions looking to cross disciplinary boundaries

Sergei Korolev: the unknown winner of the space race

As the countdown to London's Cosmonauts show begins, we speak to the daughter of the rocket scientist who blasted Yuri Gagarin into space


Christie’s sale loses a probable half million over withdrawn paintings found to be fakes

Experts proved just before last year’s auction in New York that at least six paintings were recent forgeries

New laser technology for painting restoration

Revolutionary non-contact cleaning method to be unveiled this month at Liverpool’s laser conservation conference

The Westminster Retable: technically daring and now in danger

£250,000 needed to restore the greatest English medieval altarpiece

Archaeologists delighted as Schliemann's Trojan treasure becomes available for research

British scientists describe the new techniques which could be used to investigate the recently revealed gold and silver hoard