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Prof. Mike Lee awarded the Verco Medal

Congratulations are in order for our very own Matthew Flinders Fellow, Professor Mike Lee!  The Verco medal, established by the Royal…

Jurassic World: A Fallen Franchise

Okay so the title is a little harsh. I’d like to start this review with the disclaimer that if you…

Ancient fossil rewrites the hiss-tory of lizards and snakes

By Research Associate Dr. Alessandro Palci Left: A life scene in the Dolomites region, Northern Italy, about 240 million years…

On the hunt for tetrapod footprints

Dr Alice M. Clement   The appearance of the first tetrapods, the limbed vertebrates which today dominate the land, represents…

Research Group Profile: Dr. Alice Clement

Alice didn’t come to Flinders Palaeontology via the usual route – she travelled half the world to get here, but,…

Dr. Alice Clement receives Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Early Career Researcher

And the awards keep coming! Last month Dr. Alice Clement received a Vice-Chancellor’s Award for an Early Career Researcher.  Alice…

Riversleigh Society Medal 2017

At the recent CAVEPS event (Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics) held at Queenstown, New Zealand in October,…

Research Group Profile: Professor John Long

Professor Long is an expert in ancient fishes, and has undertaken many international expeditions in search of them, but he has…

Research Group Profile: Dr. Aaron Camens

I’m one of those annoying people who decided what they wanted to do when they were five and didn’t look…

Research Group Profile: Professor Rod Wells

Prof. Rod Wells is rightly regarded as the ‘founding father’ of palaeontology at Flinders. His story of how he came…

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