Laura Komor

Laura is a student at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, studying Biology and Business; and the publications assistant at the Paleontological Research Institution also in Ithaca. Her interest in evolution began at a young age, when her geologist parents would take her and her siblings trilobite searching in upstate New York. When she’s not in school or working, she assistant teaches at Cornell, and also at a state prison, where she works with current and formerly incarcerated people on prison and re-entry programming.

Recent Posts

May 4, 2015 in Paleontology

Brontosaurus Makes a Comeback

One of the most well known dinosaurs has reclaimed its famous name, thanks to a new study that set out to resolve the decades-long debate over whether Brontosaurus was really…
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March 13, 2013 in Paleontology

Camels Were Not Originally Desert Animals

3.5 million years ago, ancient camels lived in Canada's High Arctic.
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