UppTalk Weekly: Uncovering missing links: discovery of the oldest sea reptiles from the Age of Dinosaurs
- Date: –12:30
- Location: Zoom, you'll find the link below
- Lecturer: Benjamin Kear, Researcher and Curator at Museum of Evolution, Palaeontology and mineralogy
- Organiser: The Faculty of Science and Technology
- Contact person: Karin Thellenberg
The Museum of Evolution in Uppsala has ancient remains of the oldest sea reptiles in their fossil collection. Such rare finds have challenged long-held theories of the Mesozoic Era as the origin time of major reptile lineages. Meet Dr. Benjamin Kear in a talk about the search for evolutionary missing links and the central role of museums in sustainable development of natural and cultural heritage.
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UppTalk Weekly is a popular science seminar series via Zoom where you get to enjoy interesting conversations and interdisciplinary panel discussions with researchers from Uppsala University every Tuesday at lunch.
The conversations revolve around socially relevant topics and where you as an audience have the opportunity to ask questions to our researchers. UppTalk Weekly is a part of the Faculty for Science and Technology’s online continuing education initiative for alumni and society.
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