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Palaeocast
A free web series exploring the fossil record and the evolution of life on earth.
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Matthew West 18h
Yup, lots of words rhyme with Eurypterid. Did, kid, squid, katydid, rid, mid, lid, id, bid, hid, quid, syd .....
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llewelly Aug 16
katydids and eurypterids have jointed limbs and chitin skin signs of the clade they're in though they've been drifting away since that far Cambrian day when they went their separate ways
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Palaeocast Aug 15
Ep93: The History of Palaeontological Outreach with Dr Chris Manias, We discuss the public's perception of palaeontology throughout the subject's history. Was it more popular in its infancy or now?
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Science Borealis Jul 26
Did you know that Cornwallis Island of the Canadian Arctic is home to some amazing fossils? Hear about what’s there and the logistics of an ongoing fossil-hunting trip this far north with .
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SciReach Jul 6
On this , you should check out , where you can learn about the fossil record straight from the source! Paleontologists talk about what they're experts in: what fossils tell us about our origins on Earth. Check them out on SciReach:
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Palaeocast Jul 1
Our own has joined Dr Martin Brazeau and a group of researchers on a 6-week expedition to look for Paleozoic fossils in Arctic Canada. Listen to the first 2 episodes of this special Palaeocast series now, with more to come!
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Dave Marshall Jun 27
Off to the Canadian Arctic. We're on a fossil hunting expedition to find the evolution of the gnathostomes (you are a gnathostome). I'll be gone for 6 weeks, but will document the whole thing for . Look out for updates at !
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Palaeocast Jun 25
Additionally, the talks we record and host online get many more views than people attending the conference. Other than the cost/accessibility/viewers, a big benefit is the environment as we can save a lot of people flying.
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James Fleming Jun 25
have been streaming talks ( , ), and uploading them on Youtube (with permission) for a while. It was nice to be able to invite my parents to watch my first talk, and I'll bet the public engagement result in general is great
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Palaeocast Jun 23
New Blog: No, Brian Ford, Cranial Neurovasculature does not Mean Dinosaurs were Aquatic Our resident blogger Chris Barker tackles a resurgent aquatic dinosaur theory.
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Well-read Naturalist Jun 22
Like squamates? Like podcasts? Then you're certainly in luck this week!
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The PalAss Jun 10
If you missed , don't fret. You can catch up with (most of) it online, thanks to our good friends at :
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Heda Agić Jun 9
TIFU: searched for , mistyped palaeoCATS and got slapped in the face by websites offering paleo diet advices for pets.
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tyler likes dinosaurs 🦕 Jun 9
doing paleoart while listening to .... this is the life worth living.
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Prog Pal 2018 Jun 8
Big thank you to for streaming the conference so those not fortunate enough to attend could still enjoy all the amazing Palaeontology Presentations
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Palaeocast Jun 8
Late for ? Fear not, you can rewind the live stream to view many of the talks from earlier in the day!
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Palaeocast Jun 8
Final session of now LIVE. Make sure that you don't miss out on the last of this fantastic conference!
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Palaeocast Jun 8
is back from lunch and we're live for the penultimate session of the day. Make sure you spend your learning about the latest palaeontological research LIVE!
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Ryan Marek Jun 8
is fully underway, if you're not able to attend, catch my talk at 3.40pm over on the stream!
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