Another great news: V Fischer just received an FNRS MIS grant of ~€220k for Project SEASCAPE, in which we will reconstruct the adaptive landscape of Cretaceous marine reptiles using 3D geometric morphometrics! We'll get a new cutting-edge laser surface scanner and funding for a two year postdoc!
🚨 Big news for the lab, as thanks to funding from the FNRS, we welcome two new postdocs: Ulysse Lefèvre and Felix Marx and one PhD student, Léa de Brito!
Also, the senior FNRS researchers Philippe Steemans and Philippe Gerrienne, working on Palaeozoic palynomorphs and plants have decided to join the lab.
In just a bit more than 3 years, we have become the largest palaeontology lab of Belgium 🇧🇪!