Johanna Gabrielle Ottelie “Tilly” Edinger

One of Dr. “Tilly” Edinger’s major findings was the evidence that evolution was a branching process where structures could evolved independently leading to the modern understanding of cladogenesis.

Mary Anning

It is said that Mary Anning was the inspiration for the tongue twister, “She sells sea shells by the seashore,” but in truth she didn’t just sell sea shells, she sold Jurassic era fossils.

Dorothy Hill

Not only did Dr. Dorothy Hill do her own meticulous research in many of the fields within the discipline of geology but she also led the charge in standardizing the research and field work done by her colleagues in the Australian scientific community.

Sue Hendrickson

On August 12th, 1990 Sue Hendrickson discovered the largest and most complete T. Rex skeleton to date, a skeleton that was named “Sue” in her honor.

Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan

Dr. Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan is a paleobiologist who studies the bone structures of both extinct and living animals.