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On Monday, July 13, the second to last performance of "Let them eat money" will take place in the Life-Stream from the Margrave Theatre. It deals with the question "Who is to blame?" for the climate catastrophe. After each stream of the digital production, experts discuss the themes of the play live...

Many people think of paleontology as field research, digging for fossils and Jurassic Park. A large part of the research is computer-aided. Dr. Rachel Warnock is a paleontologist who mainly conducts research on computers. This semester she is a visiting professor at the Chair of Paleo-Environment at...

This year´s summer semester will mostly be held online with the exception of a few seminars and field trips that will be postponed. All information can be found on StudOn or UnivIS. Lecturers are in the process of converting their lectures in different online-formats if possible. Exams with ma...

How huge he really was is uncertain. The only thing that is certain is that it is the largest bony fish of all time: we are talking about the Leedsichthys problematicus, which lived about 160 million years ago. But how can such fossils, of which only a few fragments have survived, even be analysed? ...

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The Open Access journal PeerJ has granted the Award for Open Data Analysis and Publication in Palaeontology to our Masters student in Palaeobiology, Fiona Pye, for her talk "ImageJ and 3D Slicer: Open Source 2/3D Morphometric Software" co-authored by Nussaïbah Raja Shoob, Bryan Shirley, ÁdámT. Kocsis, Niklas Hohmann, Duncan Murdock & Emilia Jarochowska.