Shakespeare’s missing skull – the tech behind the investigation

You’ve probably already heard that a recent investigation into Shakespeare’s tomb for a documentary on the UK’s Channel 4 revealed that the bard’s skull has likely been removed from his tomb. What you may not know, however, is exactly how that was determined. We caught up with one of the researchers to find out more about grave-glimpsing with ground-penetrating radar…
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