Monthly Archives: October 2010

Current trends in publishing 3D Anatomy

One might say that the past decade has been the decade of 3D visualization in paleontology. Although techniques such as CT, MRI, laser scanning, serially-reconstructed histology, and confocal microscopy (and of course molding/casting)  have been around for a long time, … Continue reading

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Making Connections: SVP 2010 Symposium and More

Mark your Calendars!!! One week from today Matt Vickaryous (University of Guelph) and I will be co-convening a Symposium on Joint Biology entitled: Making Connections: the Evolution and Function of Joints in Vertebrates This series of talks will complement numerous … Continue reading

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