Members of ICAL have published in a range of high ranking, internationally respected journals including: Science, Nature, Nature Communications, PNAS, Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B., Journal of the Royal Society Interface, and Biology Letters. The ICAL senior management team - Professor Roy Wogelius, Professor Andrew Chamberlain, Dr Mike Buckley, Dr Russell Garwood, Dr Robert Sansom, Professor Phillip Manning, and Regius Professor Philip Withers -  have published in excess of 150 peer-reviewed papers in the past three years.

The ICAL Pure Project has a publication list for the centre, as well as details of news coverage and grants awarded to ICAL members. 

Recent highlights

Devièse, T., Karavanić, I., Comeskey, D., Kubiak, C., Korlević, P., Hajdinjak, M., Radović, S., Procopio, N., Buckley, M., Pääbo, S. and Higham, T., 2017. Direct dating of Neanderthal remains from the site of Vindija Cave and implications for the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114(40), pp.10606-10611.

Jiang, B., Zhao, T., Regnault, S., Edwards, N.P., Kohn, S.C., Li, Z., Wogelius, R.A., Benton, M.J. and Hutchinson, J.R., 2017. Cellular preservation of musculoskeletal specializations in the Cretaceous bird Confuciusornis. Nature Communications, 8, p.14779.

Keating, J.N., Marquart, C.L., Marone, F. and Donoghue, P.C., 2018. The nature of aspidin and the evolutionary origin of bone. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2(9), p.1501.

Knoll, F., Chiappe, L.M., Sanchez, S., Garwood, R.J., Edwards, N.P., Wogelius, R.A., Sellers, W.I., Manning, P.L., Ortega, F., Serrano, F.J. and Marugán-Lobón, J., 2018. A diminutive perinate European Enantiornithes reveals an asynchronous ossification pattern in early birds. Nature communications, 9(1), p.937.

Langer, M.C., Ezcurra, M.D., Rauhut, O.W., Benton, M.J., Knoll, F., McPhee, B.W., Novas, F.E., Pol, D. and Brusatte, S.L., 2017. Untangling the dinosaur family tree. Nature, 551(7678), p.E1.

Nabawy, M.R.A., Sivalingam, G., Garwood, R.J., Crowther, W.J., and Sellers, W.I. 2018. Energy and time optimal trajectories in exploratory jumps of the spider Phidippus regius. Scientific Reports, 8 (1): 7142. doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-25227-9.

Parry, L.A., Boggiani, P.C., Condon, D.J., Garwood, R.J., Leme, J. de M., McIlroy, D., Brasier, M.D., Trindade, R., Campanha, G.A.C., Pacheco, M.L.A.F., Diniz, C.Q.C., and Liu, A.G. 2017. Ichnological evidence for meiofaunal bilaterians from the terminal Ediacaran and earliest Cambrian of Brazil. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1 (10): 1455–1464. doi: 10.1038/s41559-017-0301-9.

Sallan, L., Friedman, M., Sansom, R.S., Bird, C.M. and Sansom, I.J., 2018. The nearshore cradle of early vertebrate diversification. Science, 362(6413), pp.460-464.

Sansom, R.S., Choate, P.G., Keating, J.N. and Randle, E., 2018. Parsimony, not Bayesian analysis, recovers more stratigraphically congruent phylogenetic trees. Biology letters, 14(6), p.20180263.

Wang, B., Dunlop, J.A., Selden, P.A., Garwood, R.J., Shear, W.A., Müller, P. and Lei, X., 2018. Cretaceous arachnid Chimerarachne yingi gen. et sp. nov. illuminates spider origins. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2(4), p.614.

Yang, J., Ortega-Hernández, J., Legg, D.A., Lan, T., Hou, J., and Zhang, X. 2018. Early Cambrian fuxianhuiids from China reveal origin of the gnathobasic protopodite in euarthropods. Nature Communications, 9 (1): 470. doi: 10.1038/s41467-017-02754-z.

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