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Palaeocast
A free web series exploring the fossil record and the evolution of life on earth.
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OCR Science May 3
Planning fun with fossils for the summer term? We've updated our fossil fossil morphology and adaption activity and mapped it to the H414 Basin Analysis module
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Naomi, Shutterbug of Stone Apr 27
I listened to this yesterday. Well worth the time it took.
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Palaeocast Apr 24
Replying to @rwmonty @PodcastAddict
Should be correct as far as we can tell. Would be very happy to hear where we might be going wrong! Thanks for spotting !
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Well-read Naturalist Apr 22
A particularly interesting episode of ! 🤓🦈
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Palaeocast Apr 15
Ep 99: Megalodon and Marine Megafauna … Dr Catalina Pimiento () tells us everything you need to know about the most famous extinct shark, Megalodon, and the role of megafauna in marine ecosystems.
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The PalAss Mar 29
This you can re-live via YouTube! Sadly there's no possibility to re-live DJ Carsten's psytrance disco, but the memories live on. Massive thanks to (in particular ) for doing a fantastic job filming and editing all the talks 👏👏
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Curiosity Connection Mar 27
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James Fleming Mar 24
Listening away to 2019 recordings courtesy of - fascinating how many speakers seem to be feeling the need to apologise for including sedimentology in their talks! It's OK, I think we all love depositional environments really, even when we roll our eyes!
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Palaeocast Mar 24
PalAss 2018: Our recordings of are now available on our website & as a playlist on our YouTube channel!
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Palaeontological Society UoM Mar 21
REMINDER:On 22nd Friday (tomorrow) PalaeoSoc will run a talk on and podcasts with ’s own ! Food, drinks and good atmosphere will be provided. 4PM Williamson Bld. Followed by social at . Ideal way to spend . All welcome
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Donnie🍺 Mar 20
How have I not heard of sooner? I have so many episodes to catch up on! 🦖🦕
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Palaeocast Mar 20
Yes.
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Dinkum Dinosaurs Mar 19
so dinosaurs might have had malaria? The things you learn from your podcast.
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Alice in Quantumland Mar 16
I feel like listening to while going through my notes on breast cancer metastasis is the best way to revise for cancer biology and palaeontology simultaneously.
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The PalAss Mar 15
The deadline for nominating your colleagues for the PalAss medals and awards is the 31st of March. Please see our website for more details of all the awards and how to nominate 🎖️
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IAmSciArt: Mar 14
Tonight I'd like to share another painting I did for the art contest a few years ago. They have a great podcast about a wide range of palaeo topics. I highly recommend you give them a listen. The annual art contest also gave me great reason to make time to create art.
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Palaeocast Mar 15
Ep98: 10 Tons From 1:1 scale whales to microfossils scaled up to the size of a house, there are few model-building projects that 10 Tons are afraid to take on. We interview Esben Horn about models & bands!
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Palaeontological Society UoM Mar 5
the founder of globally renowned will be running a talk on challenges in modern science communication, ins and outs of running a podcast and outlook on palaeontology. Join us for the free event! Register your interest:
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Palaeocast Feb 28
Ep97: Opsins We explore the evolution of colour vision with Dr James Fleming of Keio University . Which colours could see?!
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Palaeocast Feb 26
Anyone ever wanted to go to fossil hunting at ? Well, the next best thing would be to have a guided tour with some of the world's best palaeontologists! Right? Right!
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