New technologies have brought new significance to a set of fossilized jaws that Stephen Gatesy and colleagues found in Greenland 20 years ago. Their new analysis shows that proto-mammals were diversifying earlier than previously thought.
What could a guineafowl strolling through a bed of poppy seeds have to do with a dinosaur footprint made 200 million years ago? PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — Stephen Gatesy, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at Brown, and his … Continue reading →
*The iconic, winged dinosaur Archaeopteryx was dressed for flight, an international team of researchers led by Brown University has concluded. The group identified the color of the raven-sized creature’s fossilized wing feather, determining it was black. The color and the … Continue reading →