Four undergraduate researchers have contributed to an ongoing project studying macroevolutionary patterns of neck and spine evolution in mammals. These undergraduate researchers processed micro-CT scans using Amira software in order to study the vertebral anatomy of small mammals. The project goals are to learn more about the evolution of bipedalism in the human lineage by studying a comparative sample of mammalian species.
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