Distinguished Lecture Series: Dinosaurs, trace-metals, and the origins of life - Dr Phillip Manning
The Manchester Palaeobiology Research Group takes an applied interdisciplinary approach that has established a solid scientific foundation rooted in modern Physics, Geology, Chemistry, and Biology. This unique Manchester-approach is improving our understanding of the evolution of life on Earth.
Dr Manning heads the Palaeobiology Research Group in the School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences (SEAES) at The University of Manchester. Dr Manning is also a Research Fellow at the American Museum of Natural History (New York, USA) and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, USA). His research includes international collaboration with projects in Europe, South and North America, Asia and the high Arctic. Research successes of the group have attracted worldwide attention and as a result members have been invited to travel to give presentations spanning the globe from New York to Patagonia
About the Distinguished Lecture Series:
Daily lectures delivered by some of our most distinguished academics. These lectures are for anyone and everyone whether you're studying this for your degree or simply curious.
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Lecture Theatre B