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Prof. Phil Manning
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Palaeontologist, Author, Science Communicator and Explorer
Palaeontologist, Author, Science Communicator and Explorer

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Imaging Life on Earth...
Archaeopteryx from the Late Jurassic of Southern Germany. Since the dawn of time, our species has recorded images of
life on Earth. Whether it be the beautiful cave paintings that captured our
world over 17,000 years ago to the brush-strokes of Rembrandt, t...

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When is a fossil a fossil...
The most common form of fossilization produces remains that
clearly record the biomineralised skeletons of prehistoric animals, the “hard
parts” of these creatures, since the soft tissues usually decay and
disintegrate soon after death. Dinosaur bones and t...

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Imaging Life on Earth...
Archaeopteryx from the Late Jurassic of Southern Germany. Since the dawn of time, our species has recorded images of
life on Earth. Whether it be the beautiful cave paintings that captured our
world over 17,000 years ago to the brush-strokes of Rembrandt, t...

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Imaging Life on Earth...
Archaeopteryx from the Late Jurassic of Southern Germany. Since the dawn of time, our species has recorded images of
life on Earth. Whether it be the beautiful cave paintings that captured our
world over 17,000 years ago to the brush-strokes of Rembrandt, t...

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Imaging Life on Earth...
Archaeopteryx from the Late Jurassic of Southern Germany. Since the dawn of time, our species has recorded images of life on
Earth. Whether it be the beautiful cave paintings that captured our world over
17,000 years ago to the brush-strokes of Rembrandt, t...

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Letter from Charleston
In January this year I hopped the Atlantic and starting working at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. Here I am working as the Professor of Paleontology  and also as the Director of the College of Charleston Mace Brown Museum of Natural History.  ...

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Santa Claws bursts free at the College of Charleston!
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the 'College' not a creature was stirring, not even a dinosaur ..... The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that a palaeontologist soon would be there.

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Dizzy, Dazed, Diamond and Dinosaurs
These past few months have been a little hectic, with a combination of fieldwork, teaching, PhD students completing, research and synchrotron time (above, Nick, Roy and Victoria contemplate a white-noise free environment). All this is splendid fun, but time...

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Yorkshire’s oldest new addition to the ‘Jurassic World’
Our team from the University of Manchester have identified Britain’s
oldest sauropod dinosaur from a fossil bone discovered on the Yorkshire coast. The vertebra (backbone) originates from a group of dinosaurs
that includes the largest land animals to have e...
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