- Palaeozoic diversification of animal life
- Origins and early diversification of photosynthetic microbiota
- Phenotypic evolution of marine microalgae during the Cenozoic
- Molecular approaches to palaeobiology
- Mesozoic vertebrate macroevolution
- Human-nature interaction during Holocene
- Earth science educational research and communication
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Researcher profile: Jorijntje Henderiks
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Here is an interview with Jorijntje Henderiks. She is an Associate Professor at the Palaeobiology Programme, Department of Earth Sciences, and she is studying phenotypic evolution of marine microalgae during the Cenozoic era (ie from 65 million years ago to the present).