Lukáš Laibl, who has been working in ANOM Lab as a Post-doc for over two years, was recently awarded by a research funding from the Czech Science Foundation. His three years research project will explore developmental aspects in fossil arthropods during Cambrian explosion and Ordovician biodiversification. Such a research is essential to understanding macro evolutionary patterns in developmental biology and how global ecosystem changes affect organisms. Lukáš will finish his work here in Lausanne in April 2020, but he plans to continue his ongoing collaboration with ANOM Lab.
- New publication online: freshwater Devonian eurypterids used ‘nursery’ pools
- New publication on Marjum Formation radiodonts