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.
Speaker Series presentations are available online!
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Speaker Series 2015
Thursday, February 26
François Therrien - Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology
Alberta: Land of Dinosaurs and Other Palaeontological Wonders
Wednesday, March 4
Alexander Dutchak - University of Calgary
The Warm Fuzzies: Mammals and Climate Change in the Eocene of North America
Thursday, March 5
Lorna O’Brien - Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology
A Year in the Life of the Royal Tyrrell Museum’s Palaeontology Lab
Thursday, March 12
Jean-Bernard Caron - Royal Ontario Museum
The Marble Canyon Burgess Shale Locality and the Early Evolution of Fishes
Thursday, March 19
Massimo Delfino - University of Turin
The Fossil and Archaeological Record of Turtle-Human Relationships
Thursday, March 26
John Hoffecker - University of Colorado; Boulder, Co.
The Role of Beringia in the Global Dispersal of Modern Humans
Thursday, April 2
Caleb Brown - Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology
New Research on Horned Dinosaurs
Thursday, April 9
Darren Tanke - Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology
Hope Johnson (1916-2010): Artist, Botanist, and Amateur Palaeontologist
Thursday, April 16
Julie Meachen - Des Moines University
The End of the Ice Age: Ecology, Functional Morphology, and Megafaunal Response to a Changing World
Thursday, April 23
Neffra Matthew - Bureau of Land Management; Denver, Co.
Application of Photogrammetry and Drone Technology to Palaeontological Research
Thursday, April 30
Kentaro Chiba - University of Toronto
Bone Histology and Growth Dynamics of Dinosaurs Using Various Imaging Techniques
Did you miss a presentation? Speaker Series presentations are available on the Royal Tyrrell Museum You Tube channel!
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