Palaeobiology Research Group
The Bristol Palaeobiology Research Group explores all aspects of the history of the biosphere. From macroevolution to mass extinctions, we learn from the deep past to inform our predictions of the future.
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Bristol Dinosaur Project
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- Is one toe really better than three? How horses’ legs evolved for endurance travel rather than speed 17 April 2019
- Earth’s recovery from mass extinction could take millions of years 8 April 2019
- Untangling the evolution of feeding strategies in ancient crocodiles 29 March 2019
Our research reputation
The Bristol Palaeobiology Research Group was identified in 2017 as the best palaeontology research group in the world in the first discipline-specific annual review by the Center for World University Rankings.
The score is based on publications over the past ten years, assessed according to total numbers and the Eigenfactor and Article Influence Score of the journals.