31 Aug 2019

I had been meaning to write this for a while, but I got sidetracked and forgot. Early in the year I had the opportunity to be interviewed by AK Rex on his YouTube channel. We chatted about my latest paper (ankylosaur noses), how to get into paleontology, and various as...

24 Dec 2018

This week saw the release of my work on the crazy winding nasal passages in ankylosaurs. Our study has attracted much interest and has been picked up by multiple media outlets including The Daily Mail, Nova and the Washington Post. Yet as great as it is to see our work...

23 Apr 2018

I'm happy to announce the release of a paper that has been cooking for a few years now, and also my second foray into the realm of Mammalia.

Wroe, S., Parr, W.C.H., Ledogar, J.A., Bourke, J., Evans, S.P., Fiorenza, L., Benazzi, S., Hublin, J-J., Stringer, C., Kullmer, O...

20 Jan 2016

This paper actually came out last month, but I sat on promoting it at the time thinking that there was a press release in the works. Although this post is about a month late, it also comes with a sweet new write up on the slick Anatomy to You website. The website is de...

10 Nov 2014

Or rather, their brains were cool thanks to their noses.

 

The latest work from my dissertation has recently hit the net newswire. This time it's

about ankylosaurs and their crazy long airways. We've known that ankylosaurs had crazy convoluted nasal passages since Witmer...

20 Oct 2014

I am proud to announce that our manuscript detailing the soft-tissue reconstruction and airflow analysis within the nose of a dinosaur, has been published in the Anatomical Record's special nose edition. This paper was a long time coming. The story behind it first star...

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