Tag: Maggie R. Limbeck
Maggie is an evolutionary palaeobiologist at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her research involves looking at the evolutionary relationships of early fossil echinoderms, as well as using geochemistry to look at modern echinoderms. Most of the time, Maggie can be found looking at fossils in museums to try to understand the different shapes of early echinoderms. In addition to research, Maggie is passionate about introducing kids of all ages to palaeontology — whether by creating fossil kits for teachers, laser-scanning microfossils in 3D or volunteering at the local museum. In her spare time, Maggie is an avid reader, and enjoys kayaking and spending time with her cat.
Maggie R. Limbeck, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 602 Strong Hall, 1621 Cumberland Ave, Knoxville, TN 37916, USA.