You can listen to the programme here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3cswvxr A few months ago, I was contacted about a program on the BBC world service - CrowdScience. I was asked a few things about what I work on, and answered some questions about what we can learn from dinosaur tracks. The idea for the show is that... Continue Reading →
Science Videos.org did a short 10 minute interview with me about our recent lungfish paper and more generally about locomotion in the fossil record. The page is here: http://sciencevideos.org/locomotion-in-the-fossil-record/ Or you can watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-0vyN8o_8k
I'm featured on May's Palaeocast. Go have a listen.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jWNb8QxPb4 This is probably my favorite video made by the press, describing the research my colleagues and I recently published in PLOS ONE. In 1941, Roland T. Bird excavated a large section of trackway, in which a large theropod and sauropod appeared to be moving in the same direction at about the same time. When... Continue Reading →