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Tag Archives: Matt Wills
Over 6 months ago, the discovery of a fascinating new fossil species was reported in Nature and featured on the front cover (Liu et al., 2011). Bath Biodiversity Lab PhD student Ross Mounce re-analysed the data given by the original … Continue reading
Last week (4th July-9th July) most of the Macroevolution group attended the Systematics Association Biennial Meeting 2011, which was held at Queens University, Belfast. All three PhD students (Ross Mounce, Martin Hughes & Anne O’Connor) and Dr Matt Wills presented … Continue reading
A recent study by researchers at the University of Bath and London’s Natural History Museum has found that scientists’ knowledge of the evolution of dinosaurs is remarkably complete. Dr Matthew Wills from the University of Bath’s Department of Biology & … Continue reading