Dr. Anjali Goswami, Reader in Palaeobiology and Prof. John Hutchinson from Royal Veterinary College have been awarded a £219,910 project grant from the Leverhulme Trust for the project "Walking the cat back: evolutionary mechanics and modularity of felid locomotion”. More...
The Department of Earth Sciences at UCL lies in the heart of London on the Bloomsbury campus. Our research spans a diverse range of activities including: crustal processes, Earth and planetary evolution, mineral physics, palaeobiology and palaeoclimatology, polar observation and modelling, natural hazards, environmental geochemistry and sedimentology.
Our teaching, reflecting the diversity of our research, encompasses a wide range of undergraduate and taught graduate programmes together with an active body of graduate research students.