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PCP PIRE researchers have recently published their discovery of the first North American fossil monkey in the journal Nature! See what NSF had to say about it in their press release.


The Fossils of Panama website is an initiative of the Florida Museum of Natural History Fossils in the Cloud Project - an effort to digitize the museum's paleontological collections.


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PCP PIRE (Partnerships for International Research and Education) is supported by the U.S. NSF (National Science Foundation) grant 0966884 (OISE, EAR, DRL)



Workshop_sq.jpgPeople: Wood Anatomy, Identification, and Other Perspectives Workshop
By Nathan Jud | PCP PIRE Post Doc


ParisPresent_sm.jpgInternational: The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Intern and Fellows Symposium
By Paris Morgan and Dipa Desai | PCP PIRE 2015-2016 Field Interns


Tooth_crop2.jpgResearch: The Discovery of the First North American Fossil Monkey in Panama
By Jonathan Bloch | PCP PIRE Principal Investigator


MeasuringTeeth_sm.jpgEducation and Outreach: An Evolving Curriculum – The “Chewing on Change” Horse Evolution Lesson Plan
By Dawn Mitchell | PCP PIRE Project Assistant


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