A scientist that studies fossils in called a paleontologist. Paleontology is a discipline within geology, which is the study of the Earth's history.
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A scientists who studies fossils, whether they are from dinosaurs or something else, is called a paleontologist.
Alexander Fleming is a famous scientist who studied mold. He later produced the antibiotic called penicillin from mold sources in 1952.
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More likely is the use of fossils to date sedimentary rock based on the index fossils which appear in it. The appearance of these index fossils indicates the geologic age in which they appeared. This is called relative dating.
The scientists who study fossils are called palaeontologists (or in the US paleontologists). \ Archaeologists study the remains of prehistoric human societies.
The longest sauropod discovered so far is a sauropod called amphicoelias fragillimus. Scientist estimates that A. fragillimus was nearly 60 meters long, although scientists have only found one incomplete backbone and some of the fossils were lost after being studied.
Wind is part of weather, so wind would be studied by a weather scientist, more formally called a meteorologist.
Rudolf virchow...It is also called as modern cell theory...but exactly this idea is studied by Robert Remak.....
Strictly speaking these are two differing types of scientists. Petrologists study rocks and paleontologists study fossils. However both these disciplines are covered in the broader training of a geologist.
Mosasaur fossils are fossils of the prehistoric sea monster called Mosasaurus.
A person who has studied physics is called a physicist.
A scientist who studies fossil remains is a paleontologist. Woods, bones, and shells are the most common fossils. Paleontology tells us about ecologies of the past, evolution, and our place as humans, in the world.