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Antonio Profico Mar 30
In our new paper "Current Options for Visualization of Local Deformation in Modern Shape Analysis Applied to Paleobiological Case Studies" we show different strategies to visualize local deformation in Geometric Morphometrics
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Andy Needham Mar 24
This is such sad news. Please do retweet to raise awareness.
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Phil Cox Mar 24
I have a new paper out today with and Nigel Bennett on mole-rat masticatory muscles visualised with
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Archaeology UoYork Mar 21
TOMORROW, 4pm GMT! York PhD student and fellow will be giving a virtual talk about the fantastic prehistoric site of on Facebook, check it out live or catch up on their webpage later on:
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Archaeology UoYork Mar 20
Thank you to our colleagues in for donating laboratory supplies and Yorkshire tea to . Various Departments across are organising donations in this unprecedended crisis.
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Archaeology UoYork Mar 20
We will be posting our educational resources developed directly from research for primary and secondary schools today! These will all be added to ’s excellent spreadsheet of online educational content:
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Archaeology UoYork Mar 20
📣Educational resource📣 For primary school (ages 5-11) about the Mesolithic (15,000 - 5,000 years ago) site of Star Carr in the UK. Includes lesson plans, visual resources, background information for instructors.
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PalaeoHub Mar 20
Take a look at the fantastic online resources and lessons: Including work from the Hidden Depths project!
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Antonio Profico Mar 16
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Abbie O’Connell Mar 6
I’m loving every second of doing this masters, would 100% recommend it to anyone wanting to study human evolution/anatomy and gain valuable research skills! (PS: geometric morphometrics is really cool)
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Phil Cox Mar 6
There are 10 days left to apply for the PhD I'm offering on red squirrels. Do drop me a line if you want to ask any questions about the project.
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EXARC Mar 6
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Antonio Profico Feb 29
morphomap is a new R package for long bone landmarking (GM), cortical thickness (MM) and cross-sectional geometry (CSG) mapping. It's available on CRAN . A workshop will be held at the next AAPA annual meeting in Los Angeles.
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Hull York Medical School Mar 6
'Our philosophy of research-led teaching means students gain knowledge and research skills using the most up-to-date technologies and facilities'. Find out more about our innovative MSc in Human Anatomy and Evolution 🎥
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Antonio Profico Mar 3
Nice shortcut (Ctrl+Shift+F) in R to find a piece of code
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White Rose Uni Press Mar 3
Absolutely thrilled to see that Star Carr won 'Research Project of the Year' at the 12th annual Current Archaeology awards! The books can be read for free here: & Well done to Prof. Nicky Milner & all at
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Aimée Little Feb 28
Wahoo, Star Carr 🦌 has won the Research Project of the Year Award. Feels like a lifetime ago we worked on this . 🤩
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Phil Cox Feb 28
We have a new promo video for our MSc in Human Anatomy & Evolution Please pass on to any potentially interested UG students
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Aimée Little Feb 28
🥳Well done to Matt Amy who had his undergraduate experimental archaeology research on plaquettes published in the latest issue of . Congrats also to his supervisor .
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Jess Bates Feb 28
Today’s flint Friday - two very beautiful, and very similar looking, Mesolithic flints found over 300 miles apart - one from Deeside and one from Star Carr! Perhaps we’re seeing a hunter-gatherer penchant for this striking pattern?
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