Research Tuesdays – Animal Dawn

animal dawn

The rise of animal life has fascinated humanity for centuries, yet its exact origins remain controversial.

Could fossils being unearthed at Kangaroo Island’s internationally significant Emu Bay Shale help to finally resolve the debate?

Attend Research Tuesdays free public lecture to find out more.

When: Tuesday 9 February, 2016 5:30-6:30pm
Where: The Braggs Lecture Theatre, North Terrace Campus
Cost: Free, register here

The presenter:

Dr Diego García-Bellido is an ARC Future Fellow at the University of Adelaide and an Honorary Research Associate at the South Australian Museum working on Cambrian Emu Bay Shale fossils and the Ediacara Biota. He has also conducted related postdoctoral research with the Spanish Research Council and the Royal Ontario Museum.

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