Meet the Museum's micropalaeontology team and find out about their research interests.

Tom Hill
Dr Tom Hill

Researching the reconstruction of late Quaternary landscapes using pollen and diatoms and using proxy analysis as a tool for geoarchaeological studies.

Steve Stukins
Dr Stephen Stukins

Researching the palynology of the Jurassic, creating palaeoecological reconstructions using fossil pollen and spores.

Dr Giles Miller
Dr Giles Miller

Curating and researching conodont taxonomy and stratigraphy in Oman.

  • Dr John Williams
    Scientific associates

    Each Scientific Associate undertakes research in their specialist field while also assisting in curation, management and development of our micropalaeontology collections. Find out about our Scientific Associates and their research interests.

Could our collections help your research? 

We are eager to improve our understanding of the micropalaeontology collections, and encourage interested researchers to get in touch.

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