Nussaïbah is a second year PhD student whose work focuses on using computational approaches to understand the impact of environmental change on reefs and reef-building organisms. She's also interested in the cultural and social history of the field of paleontology and is currently working on quantifying the Global North-South imbalances in the field.
Namra is a final year Masters student who uses strontium isotopes from teeth of dinosaurs and other vertebrates to learn about where they lived and whether they migrated to other places. She's passionate about science communication and makes it her mission to explain complicated science in simple words.
Bryan is a third year PhD student whose work primarily focuses on the biomineralisation of the earliest vertebrates. However this work has lead over into other disciplines and fossils including an array of invertebrates and abiotic material studies. In simpler terms he spends the majority of my time in a dusty basement on a scanning electron microscope in an attempt to deduce the ecology, function, growth, biomechanics and chemistry of the hard parts animals leave behind.