Carlos is visiting the Donoghue’s lab for two months

Carlos is working with Professor Philip Donoghue in Bristol (UK) until September founded by the Vicerectorat d’Investigacio i Politica Cientifica from the Univesity of Valencia. He is going to work on several projects focused on the functional morphology of the skeleton of several groups of early vertebrates.

Dr. Jorge D. Carrillo Briceño from the University of Zurich has visited us

Dr. Jorge Carrillo Briceño, from the University of Zurich, has spend the last week with us working on Middle Miocene Sharks. Recently our group has started a new research line focused on Neogene Sharks from the western mediterranean area (Spanish Levantine coast) where the expertise of Dr. Carrillo is fundamental.

14th International Symposium on Early/Lower Vertebrates

Last week, Humberto, Carlos and Hector were attending the 14th International Symposium on Early and Lower Vertebrates in Poland. The meeting was a complete success and our team presented several talks and posters about our last research lines, including network analysis, theloddonts palaeoecology, computed fluid dynamics and tomography. We are …

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Humberto is visiting the Upssala University

Humberto is going to spend the next three months at Upssala University (Sweden), within the research group headed by Prof. Per Ahlberg. He will be trained in analysis of tomographic data.

Fieldwork on the Devonian and Carboniferous of Colombia

Carlos and Hector just came back from Colombia after two weeks fieldwork on the Devonian and Carboniferous strata of the Oriental Cordillera. We were working with a team of French and Colombian colleagues looking for new and classical Devonian fish localities. This is our first visit to the country, but …

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Carlos and Humberto are visiting Dr. Pilar Navas-Parejo (UNAM-Mexico)

Carlos and Humberto are visiting Dr. Pilar Navas-Parejo at the Institute of Geology, National Autonomous University of Mexico located in Sonora, Hermosillo (Mexico) to work on the project “Biostratigraphy and Paleoecology of the Upper Paleozoic marine environments from the Northwest of Mexico”. During two weeks we will do some fieldwork …

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