Senior Lecturer in Evolutionary Biology and Paleontology, University of Bath
I'm an evolutionary biologist and paleontologist from Kodiak, Alaska, and based at the University of Bath. I'm interested in how the world evolved to be the way it is. I study mass extinction, adaptive radiation, dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and mosasaurs, among other things.
Jan 03, 2022 12:07 pm UTC| Insights & Views
For the first few million years of human evolution, technologies changed slowly. Some three million years ago, our ancestors were making chipped stone flakes and crude choppers. Two million years ago, hand-axes. A million...
Apr 30, 2021 07:51 am UTC| Science
Humans evolved in Africa, along with chimpanzees, gorillas and monkeys. But primates themselves appear to have evolved elsewhere likely in Asia before colonising Africa. At the time, around 50 million years ago, Africa...