Symposium on macroevolution of form and function
Highly interesting talks and discussions on „Macroevolution of form and function in the mammalian locomotor system: new tools, new insights?“ – a virtual symposium organized by John Nyakatura and colleagues from the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin.
In March 2021, about 30 researchers from 21 institutions in 9 countries participated in this event. The symposium’s goal was to foster exchange between specialists from different fields. The oral presentations considered topics such as
- comparative morphological methods
- open science
- computational modelling approaches
- bone microstructure
- automated in-vivo analyses
Many thanks to John and his colleagues for a half-day inspirational and intense exchange with a distinguished group of researchers!