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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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A lighter side to Carbon!
Illuminating the composition of carbon-based ancient materials Carbon can
take various forms depending on the function of the molecule in which it is placed,
each with its own distinct ‘species’. The ‘speciation’ of carbonaceous
materials is generally obtai...
A lighter side to Carbon!
A lighter side to Carbon!
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Shining some light on Carbon
Illuminating the composition of carbon-based ancient materials Carbon can
take many forms depending on the function of the molecule in which it is
emplaced, each with its own distinct ‘species’. The ‘speciation’ of
carbonaceous materials is generally obtain...
Shining some light on Carbon
Shining some light on Carbon
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Tyrannosaurus rex couldn’t run says new research
·        T. rex could not run due to its size and weight ·        T. rex was unable to pursue prey at high speeds ·        Even walking speed was limited due its impact on the skeleton ·        This changes the way we have to think about the way T. rex beha...

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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...
Imaging Life on Earth...
Imaging Life on Earth...
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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...
Imaging Life on Earth...
Imaging Life on Earth...
dinosaursabbatical.blogspot.com

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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...
Imaging Life on Earth...
Imaging Life on Earth...
dinosaursabbatical.blogspot.com

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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...
Imaging Life on Earth...
Imaging Life on Earth...
dinosaursabbatical.blogspot.com

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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.  ...
Letter from Charleston
Letter from Charleston
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