Category Archives: historical buildings etc.

EAVP 2016 at Haarlem’s Teylers Museum (1)

After all the recent photogrammetry posts it is high time to get away from “stuff that somehow has to do with dinosaurs a little bit” and finally write again about dinosaurs themselves. Which is why I now will write about … Continue reading

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Going to Tristan the T. rex’s dig site

I guess it was kinda hard to miss that the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin is getting a real Tyrannosaurus rex. I’ll have much to say about the beast here on dinosaurpalaeo over the course of the next few years. … Continue reading

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Holiday post: S’more Baltic Sea impressions

I am currently on holiday at the Baltic sea, and only back in Berlin for one evening. Internet access is terribly slow on my USB stick, thus I wasn’t able to post the last few days. Before, I attended a … Continue reading

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Some geo-architecture in London

pre-scheduled; I am in Teruel for EAVP meeting. Last time, it was plants. This time, it’s fossils! OK, it’s just a tube station, but what a tube station it is 🙂

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EAVP 2012 part 2: more of Teruel

Today, Matteo and I spent some time exploring Teruel. Yesterday, I’d not taken my camera with me when we went to have dinner with colleagues, and regretted leaving it at the apartment pretty soon. The evening light was quite beautiful. … Continue reading

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EAVP 2012 part 1

Yesterday, I arrived in Valencia for the 2012 EAVP conference. My Italian colleague Matteo Belvedere had organized a rental car to take us to Teruel, where the meeting will take place at Dinopolis, as well as an apartment in town. … Continue reading

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Some bio-architecture in London

After our visit to the NHM (posts here, here, here, here, here and here) my colleague Sebastian and I decided to walk around London a bit, checking out a few favourite sights. By pure chance this took us past one … Continue reading

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