This may 28th we were awarded with the first prize in paleoart at the 34th JAPV (Jornadas Argentinas de Paleontología de Vertebrados – Argentine Paleoart week-). We are very pleased for this prize since the great paleoartist Jorge Blanco was part of the jury. The awarded masterpiece was the Paleoenvironment reconstruction of Els Hostalets de[...]
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Today Scientific Reports and many other mass media have published the article of Albert G. Sellés (Catalan Institute of Paleontology), investigation leader of “A small Cretaceous crocodyliform in a dinosaur nesting ground and the origin of sebecids” (Scientific Reports volume 10, Article number: 15293 (2020) ). The article describes the new species Ogresuchus furatus (in english “the ogre-crocodile that went stolen”) and it[...]
This year we are celebrating the Science Week with “Il·lustradors de la Ciència”, a collaborative art exhibition with UVic-UCC, located in Casa de la Convalescència (city of Vic). The aim of Il·lustradors de la Ciència, which means “Science illustrators” in English, is to bring the scientific illustrarion closer to people. In there, we will show you works[...]
We are back from our holidays and we want to share with you one of the latest news which appeared on 9TV Channel: how we work in ICRA and how we managed to reconstruct the Aquilarhinus dinosaur from the Texas Tech. If you want to check the news, you can click HERE or copy and paste this[...]
Several of the most outstanding paleoartists and naturalist artists of the moment have arrived at Barcelona to make you discover the Art at the service of Science! An exhibition of scientific sculpture and paintings that will show you some of the extinct animal species -and current ones- as you have never seen before: dinosaurs, flying reptiles,[...]