Scientific associates

Dr John Whittaker
Dr John Whittaker

John Whittaker's career at the Museum spanned some 35 years, during which time he was Head of the Micropalaeontology Division between 1988 and 2005. John continues to work on ostracoda and foraminifera as a Scientific Associate.

 

Dr John Williams
Dr John Williams

John Williams is a stratigraphic palynologist and a Scientific Associate in the micropalaeontology unit. His Index of Palaeopalynology remains one of the most comprehensive fully cross-referenced databases for fossil palynomorphs.

 

Dr Robert Wyn Jones
Dr Robert Wynn Jones

A micropalaeontologist and exploration geologist, Bob's academic research interests include foraminiferal taxonomy, palaeobiology and petroleum geology.

Interested in becoming a Scientific Associate?

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