Lecture: Finding the World’s Most Interesting Dinosaur

James M. Clark, GW Ronald Weintraub Professor of Biology

The Gobi Desert of China has produced some of the most important dinosaur discoveries in recent years, and one of the most successful series of expeditions to this area was led by Dr. James M. Clark, along with his colleague Dr. Xu Xing of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Hear Dr. Clark describe how their expeditions unearthed fascinating new dinosaurs, including the bizarre Limusaurus inextricabilis that was trapped in a “death pit.”

A collaboration with the GW Department of Biological Sciences and the GW Confucius InstituteFree, but registration is required. Register online or call 202-994-7394.