Looking inside the head of a snake is so much easier when the snake is a fossil. Flinders University and South Australian Museum postdoctoral researcher Alessandro […]
A ‘greatest hits’ package of top 100 papers for ecologists, which rates Charles Darwin’s 1858 article on the evolution of the species at No 1, has […]
The place of humans and other backboned animals in the tree of life has been questioned by Flinders University researchers.
Research to pioneer new materials for industry and a study that aims to shed light on a key evolutionary development are among Flinders projects to receive $4.3 million in ARC funding.
Flinders researchers have contributed to the discovery of a new species of shorebird with the discovery of fossils in Central Otago, New Zealand.
Sharks have a distinctive, all-cartilage skeleton, but now a fossil from Western Australia has revealed a surprise ‘missing link’ to an earlier, more bony form of the fish.
An ancient fossil fish that lived 423 million years ago – representing the earliest large vertebrate predator in the fossil record – has been described by Flinders University palaeontologist Dr Brian Choo.
Palaeontology conference will change the way we think about vertebrate evolution and the history of the Australian fauna.
He has rewritten the history of evolution and is the author of 27 popular and academic science books – now, Professor John Long is at Flinders.