Currently, Elisabete is pursuing a Ph.D. at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon. She collaborates with several national and international institutions, including the Dom Luiz Institute, the National Museum of Natural History and Science of the University of Lisbon, the Natural History Society (Torres Vedras), and the National University of Distance Education (Madrid). Elisabete's main topics of research are the phylogenetic analysis of theropod dinosaurs, paleoenvironmental and taphonomic interpretations and paleobiogeographic evolution of the theropod faunas from the Upper Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous of Iberia.
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On the News | Japan | Fans line to see Japan’s biggest dinosaur fossil in Hokkaido @ The Asahi Shimbun
On the News @ The Asahi Shimbun Title: Fans line to see Japan’s biggest dinosaur fossil in Hokkaido Hiroshi Fukasawa Excerpt: “More than 2,000 dinosaur enthusiasts from around Japan flocked here for the first public showing on June 4 of the nation’s biggest-ever complete dinosaur fossil, found in Mukawa. “I was really thrilled by its sheer size! I want to discover dinosaurs myself in the future,” said Sora Murakami, 9,