Dr John Whittaker

Micropalaeontologist

John Whittaker spent his entire career as a researcher here at the Museum and is a now a Scientific Associate in the Earth Sciences Department as well as being a member of the "Europe's Lost Frontiers" project. John's career has been fundamental to micropaleontological research and key sites he has worked on include microfossil finds from three key early human sites at Boxgrove about 500,000 years old, Pakefield about 700,000 years old and Happisburgh about 900,000 years old.

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