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Richard Leslie Abel
abelMSK Laboratory
Department of Surgery and Cancer
Charring Cross Hospital
Imperial College
W6 8RF London
United Kingdom
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Image and Analysis Centre
Mineralogy Department
Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road
SW7 5BD London
United Kingdom

Richard Abel is a zoologist and micro-tomography specialist. He has collaborated on a wide variety of CT based projects studying: fossils, meteorites, shells, sharks, coral, stone tools, Egyptian mummies, and insect pupae. At present Richie is a lecturer in Musculoskeletal Science at Imperial College (London) researching bone quality and age related disease. Richie is also a research associate at the Natural History Museum (London, UK) and an associate member of Ancient Human Occupation of Great Britain (AHOB3).

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lauriniCarolina Rettondini Laurini
Laboratório de Paleontologia
Departamento de Biologia
FFCLRP - USP
Av. Bandeirantes
3900 - CEP 14040-901
Bairro Monte Alegre
Ribeirão Preto
SP, Brazil

Carolina Rettondini Laurini is researching the taxonomy and systematics of Elasmobranchii fossils from Brazilian basins. Currently a Ph.D. student at the Departamento de Zoologia, Instituto de Biociências of Universidade de São Paulo. Carolina graduated with a BSc in Biology (2008) and an MSc in Comparative Biology (2010). Both from Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras de Ribeirão Preto of Universidade de São Paulo.

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richterMartha Richter
Department of Palaeontology
Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road
SW7 5BD London
United Kingdom

Dr Martha Richter is a fish palaeontologist whose research focuses mainly on Palaeozoic sharks and actinopterygians from Western Gondwana. She currently manages the Vertebrates, Anthropology and MIcropalaeontology collections at the Natural History Museum in London.

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