The Royal Tyrrell Museum’s annual Speaker Series brings world-renowned scientists and researchers to the Museum and offers them a platform to discuss hot topics in palaeontology or to share results of their current research with the public.
Held Thursdays at 11:00 a.m. in the Museum auditorium from January to April.
Past Speaker Series presentations are also available online!
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Speaker Series 2017
Thursday, March 30
Conrad Wilson - University of Calgary
The End-Devonian Mass Extinctions and the Early Evolution of the Ray-Finned Fishes
Thursday, April 6
Jeff Zimmer - Fish and Wildlife, Drumheller District
Snakes from Southern Alberta
Thursday, April 13
James Campbell - University of Calgary
A Re-evaluation of the Horned Dinosaurs Chasmosaurus and Vagaceratops from the Upper Cretaceous Dinosaur Park Formation of Western Canada
Thursday, April 20
Ben Evans - McMaster University
Ecological Opportunity and Adaptive Radiation of Fanged Frogs on Sulawesi Island, Indonesia
Thursday, April 27
Eric Roberts - James Cook University, Australia
Radiometric Dating in Late Cretaceous Formations of the Western Interior of North America
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