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Science:Altering the Past: China’s Faked Fossils Problem
National Geographic: First One-Fingered Dinosaur FoundNational Geographic: First One-Fingered Dinosaur Found—Dug for Bugs?
Linhenykus likely used long digit to probe termite mounds.
  An artist's rendering of the one-fingered, short-armed new dinosaur Linhenykus monodactylus.
  Illustration courtesy Julius T. Csotonyi
  John Roach
  for National Geographic News
  Published January 24, 2011
  Dig this: A parrot-size dinosaur ...
IVPP's Research Ranks China's Top Ten Science Achievements of 2010
China's Top Ten Science Achievements of 2010, conducted by The Supervising Center of Basic Research, Ministry of Science and Technology of China, released on Jan 18, 2011. One research discovery from Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (IVPP), Chinese Academy of Sciences, “Human remains from ...
IVPP research is part of Discover magazine's Top 100 Science Stories of 2010

  Fig.1:Fossilized pigment organelles reveal the true colors of Sinosauropteryx (Courtesy of Dr. ZHANG Fucheng)
  One research discovery from Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (IVPP), Chinese Academy of Sciences, “Fossilized melanosomes and the colour of Cretaceous dinosaurs and birds...
National Geographic: Oldest Modern Human Outside of Africa Found
Chinese fossil challenges traditional early-human time line, study says.
  Several views of a human jawbone and molars found in a Chinese cave.
  Diagram courtesy Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  Rachel Kaufman
  for National Geographic News
Morphology, Phylogeny and Paleobiogeography of Fossil Fishes
The study of fossil fishes has advanced significantly over the past few years, giving scientists a rare opportunity to understand the origin and early evolution of major vertebrate groups, ranging from the jawless agnathans to piscine gnathostomes (placoderms, acanthodians, chondrichthyans and osteichthyans). This b...
NatureNews:Top dinosaur hunters are worst at naming
The more fossil species you describe, the less likely the names are to stick.
  Zoë Corbyn
  Edward Cope named 64 dinosaur species, but only 9 of his names are still in use.Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
  Those palaeontologists who name the most new dinosaur species are the least likely to get it right, ...
Science:China Clamps Down on Illegal Fossil Trading
People's Daily Online: Fossils of new species of N American dinosaur family found in China

  Researchers discovered fossils of a new species of dinosaur from the Ceratopsidae family recently during excavation work in Zhucheng, Shandong Province.
  Xu Xing, researcher and dinosaur expert at the Institute of the Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology under the Chinese Academy of Sciences, named ...
Art Daily: Chinese Dinosaur Fossils Make North America Debut in Cincinnati

  Glenn Storrs, right, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Cincinnati Museum Center, and Stephanie Lowe look at a vertebrae fossil from the tail of a long-necked titanosaur, Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010, on display at the museum in Cincinnati. The fossils were discovered in a province in China and are making the...
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