Looking for more information? Check out the links below.


Related Dino Lab pages:

Follow us on Facebook (@DinoLabUAlberta) for up-to-date information on closures and events: facebook.com/DinoLabUAlberta/

Virtual 360° Tour: ualberta.ca/science/about-us/virtual-tours/dino-lab.html

Article on volunteering: ualberta.ca/science/dinosaurs/dino-lab.html


Palaeontology at the University of Alberta:

Are you a student at UofA? Get involved in the palaeontological community through the University of Alberta Palaeontological Society (UofAPS)!

University pages and student information:

Eager to expand your dinosaur knowledge? Sign up for DINO 101, a free Massive Open Online Course available through Coursera. It’s open to anyone and can be taken for academic credit by those enrolled at UofA.

Looking to expand your palaeontological knowledge? Check out the Paleontology Museum in the Earth Sciences Building!

University of Alberta Museums pages on University palaeontological collections:


Research Labs

Learn more about our research!


Currie Lab

Learn more about Dr. Philip J. Currie and his lab members: grad.biology.ualberta.ca/currie/

Sullivan Lab

Follow Dr. Corwin Sullivan’s lab on Twitter (@AncientAnatomy): twitter.com/ancientanatomy?lang=en

Koppelhus Lab

Learn more about Dr. Eva Koppelhus and her research: ualberta.ca/science/about-us/contact-us/faculty-directory/eva-koppelhus


Caldwell Lab

Learn more about Dr. Michael Caldwell and his research: ualberta.ca/science/about-us/contact-us/faculty-directory/michael-caldwell. For a Q&A with Dr. Caldwell, click here.

Murray Lab

Learn more about Dr. Alison Murray’s research and lab personnel: murrayfishlab.wordpress.com/


Other useful links:

Visit the Royal Alberta Museum (RAM) in the heart of downtown Edmonton: royalalbertamuseum.ca/. Check out the Natural History Hall for some excellent palaeontological exhibits!

The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology is a world-renowned palaeontological museum in Drumheller, Alberta: tyrrellmuseum.com/. If you’ve found a fossil, see their page on fossil laws and what to do.

Also see the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum, just outside Grande Prairie, Alberta, named after our own Dr. Currie: dinomuseum.ca/

Looking for a unique camping adventure? Check out Dinosaur Provincial Park, an internationally famous park for a chance to see dinosaur fossils in the field: albertaparks.ca/parks/south/dinosaur-pp/

The Canadian Society of Vertebrate Palaeontology (CSVP) is an organization for professional and student palaeontologists in Canada and interested members of the public: csvp.ca/

Vertebrate Anatomy Morphology Palaeontology (VAMP) is an open access, peer-reviewed scientific journal affiliated with CSVP: journals.library.ualberta.ca/vamp/index.php/VAMP

The Alberta Palaeontological Society (APS) is an organization for amateur and professional palaeontologists that connects members with the professional and academic community: https://www.albertapaleo.org/