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Primates, dinosaurs, fossils and bones: Two journeys of scientific discovery

We’re on a journey of scientific discovery.  A discovery that will help deepen our understanding of pre-historic and modern life on earth.   We’ll speak with an award-winning Stony Brook professor who has researched the evolution of primates and how long modern homo sapiens have been around. Then a Yale student shares how he found a new dinosaur species at the Peabody Museum. 

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Dr. John Fleagle, Professor of Anatomical Sciences at Stony Brook University’s Renaissance School of Medicine

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Chase Brownstein, Yale undergraduate and Research Associate at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center

CHASE BROWNSTEIN.INTERVIEW.mp3

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