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Thanks to advances in science and technology, today many scientists can make use of many resources that will be of great help to their performance. One of the latest news related to technology and science is a database of a fossil remains calibration database.
This resource is completely free and freely accessible to everyone. Countless researched fossils are stored and many records of remains have been added that have been studied for many years.
It is the fruit of the work of an international team led by the doctor Daniel Ksepka, Curator of Science at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, and Dr. James parham, Curator at the John D. Cooper Archaeological and Paleontological Center, in Orange County, in the North American state of California.
As stated by the doctor Ksepka: “Fossils provide us with infinity of information, which helps us to create the calendar of those that are considered the main events of evolution. Thanks to this new resource we will have a tool that will be of great help to us that will reveal the ages of groups of plants and animals that currently do not have good mobile records”.
We will know how many groups of birds, plants and animals evolved, how and when; We will also know which were the most important natural events of certain times in history and many other advantages that will be of great value to the scientific community around the world.
For the design of this novel tool, more 20 paleontologists, computer programmers and molecular biologists to make this system a reality. The tool was launched on February 24 and since then it has received countless visits from people and professionals who have been interested in this new proposal.
For its part, Dr. Parham has stated that this is an extremely exciting field of study and is of paramount importance for all researchers to understand the origin and evolution of biodiversity, although until now it has been hampered by the misuse of existing data from the fossil record.
In not too long, all researchers in the world will have at their disposal all the information regarding fossils that have been investigated throughout history.
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