Outreach

Model-building

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Dunkleosteus terelli
Model by
Esben Horn (10TONS), scientific advice by Philippe Janvier, John Long and Martin Rücklin. Lanzendorf price of the SVP 2009.
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Moythomasia_model_cropped_low-res
Moythomasia durgaringa
Model by
Esben Horn (10TONS), scientific advice Martin Rücklin 2012.

Exhibitions, events and guiding-tours.

British Science Festival Newcastle
September 2013 Event "Bodies of evidence"
Presentation, "hands-on" and discussion on:
"The evolutionary origins of our pretty smile seen in rocks".
Organised and sponsored by: Palaeontological Association.


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Presenting at the British Science Festival 2013, thanks for your interest and all your questions.

Geocenter Mønsklint
2010 - 2012 Temporary exhibition "Seamonsters"
Scientific advice building placoderm models.

Zürich, Paläontologisches Institut und Museum
2010 Temporary exhibition “Massenaussterben und Evolution” - Contribution of material to the exhibition.

Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe
2000-2006 exhibitions, guiding tours, Geo-Park: three day event with 25.000 visitors. Collection management and collection data-base. Collection field-trips.

Institut für Geowissenschaften Tübingen
1995-1999 guiding tours, collection management, organisation of events and public lectures.


Popular articles

Rücklin, M. (2004). Panzerfische aus der Wüste Marokkos. GMIT Geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen Nr.17 (September 2004): 26-27.

Schreiber, D., Rücklin, M. & Haas, R. (2002). Gesteine der Region Karlsruhe – Eine Ausstellung zum Jahr der Geowissenschaften.
Fridericiana Zeitschrift der Universität Karlsruhe (TH), 59: 41-52, Karlsruhe.

Frey, E., Rücklin, M. & Schreiber, D. (2002). Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe. In
Zeugen der Erdgeschichte (Reiseführer zu den schönsten Exponaten in Naturkundemuseen in Deutschland). Senckenbergbuch, Frankfurt am Main.

Frey, D. & Rücklin, M. (2000). Dotternhausen ein schwäbischer Jurassic Park. In
Baden-Württemberg, G. Braun Buchverlag, 2000(4): 56-58, Karlsruhe.


Media coverage Nature article 2012 (selection)

Spiegel onlineEvolution: Urzeitfisch war wohl erstes Wirbeltier mit Zähnen

DeutschlandfunkBissig von Anfang an

New Scientist
X-rays reveal first known toothy grin

Science Now
Ancient jaws had real teeth

Dental Tribune
Researchers discover the origin of teeth