Paul Willis

Paul Willis is a freelance research communicator and an adjunct Associate Professor in vertebrate palaeontology at Flinders University.

Paul Willis is a freelance research communicator and an adjunct Associate Professor in vertebrate palaeontology at Flinders University.

  • Amber captures the history of life

    Plants and animals trapped in amber.

    In Greek mythology, they were thought to be the tears of the sisters of Phaëton, son of Helios, the Sun God. They wer...

    November 21, 2018
  • The feathered revolution: How dinosaurs became birds

    The evolutionary tale of birds is full of twists, turns and discoveries that continue to rewrite ...

    After agonising over it for 20 years, Darwin finally published his theory of evolution, On The Origin Of Species, in ...

    August 13, 2018

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