From Dinosaur Research to Evolutionary Biology Studies: Paleobiologist Tetsuto Miyashita

What kind of person would move to the other side of the world to study dinosaurs at the tender age of 16? Paleobiologist Tetsuto Miyashita did. In this episode, we'll learn how he became interested in dinosaurs, what his research work has revealed about these and other ancient creatures, the inspirational figures that have become his collaborators at the University of Chicago, why his recent focus has shifted to more contemporary (and less frightening) creatures, and his plans for the future.

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