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1st March 2010 – Frogs & Amphibians

Are they still as primitive as when they started on their evolutionary journey? Andrew Gray, the Curator of Herpetology at Manchester Museum,¬†will talk about amphibians – their early entry into the world via evolution and the sophisticated nature of the … Continue reading

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1st June 2009 – Dinosaur Locomotion

Dinosaur Locomotion and Primate Evolutionary Divergence Dr Bill Sellers of Manchester University will introduce us to his research on dinosaurs and how they moved. Could a T-Rex catch a triceratops that was running to escape?¬† Could it catch a man … Continue reading

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2nd February 2009 – Evolution Head to Tail

Son of SciBar – Evolution Head to Tail Dave Thompson, founder of Knutsford SciBar, stood in for Mike Dunne* who was planned to introduce us to The Hiper Project at Rutherford Labs but was thwarted by heavy snow over much … Continue reading

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