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Ileret Hosts its First Astronomy School

Between September 24 and October 7, the Turkana Basin Institute site at Ileret hosted for the first time an astronomy school. This school provided [...]

Buluk 2024: A Paleontological dream meets a Meteorological nightmare!

Hello readers of the TBI Origins Field School blog, providing updates and a recap of this past week are students Maddie, an undergraduate [...]

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A stormy tale of cladistics and bone identification at Ileret.

This week’s blog comes from Simone and Sedona, and we’ll be talking about our experiences during the first week of the vertebrate paleontology course, [...]

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Ecological adventures at Mpala Research Centre, Laikipia County

The first week of the semester kicked off with the ecology module at Mpala Research Centre (MRC) led by Dr Dino Martins, who [...]

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