Some of the world’s leading academics are discussing their work in a series of webinars organised by Durham University and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
The series, Knowledge Across Borders, will bring together researchers who are outstanding in their fields of expertise to stimulate new, creative and critical thinking, open up new perspectives across cultures, deepen collaboration and share fresh insights.
The webinars will cover areas such as palaeontology, astronomy and science and technology as well as addressing interdisciplinary challenges.
The first webinar will be held on Thursday 29 October and will be presented by leading palaeontologists, Professor David Harper (Durham University) and Professor Renbin Zhan (Chinese Academy of Sciences/Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology).
Titled ‘The first carnival of the animals: Causes and consequences of the diversification of Early Palaeozoic marine life’, they will discuss how life has been evolving on our planet for some four billion years but
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