Dinosaur Movement: From Humble Beginnings to Earth-Shaking Giants

Friday, March 2, 2018
7 PM

This event is free, but pre-registration is recommended. Registration opens mid-January.

Batrachotomus illustration by John Conway

Batrachotomus
Illustration: John Conway

World-renowned Tyrannosaurus rex expert Dr. John Hutchinson will share the latest research on how dinosaurs moved, and how their walking and running changed over time—especially as they evolved into sizeable giants. Learn why Tyrannosaurus rex was not a fast runner, and how living cousins of extinct dinosaurs and computer models help us understand how dinosaur movement worked.

This lecture is open to everyone but is geared toward ages 10 & up. Pre-registration is recommended

Please note: This event takes place at UW's Kane Hall room 130. Click here for directions.

About John Hutchinson

Dr. Hutchinson is a professor of evolutionary biomechanics at the Royal Veterinary College in London, UK. His research focuses on how very large animals stand and move, and how locomotion evolved in different groups of land vertebrates.

This event is generously sponsored by Nathan Myhrvold and Rosemarie Havranek.

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