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Founder and redactor
French-English translator

"Hi! I am Benjamin Jentgen-Ceschino. I began studying geology back in the academic year 2011-2012 in the University of Namur (UNamur), Belgium. Then, I moved to the University of Liège (ULiège), Belgium, to follow a master program in Geology (2015-2016). My master thesis was on dinosaur egg histology. After graduating, I have been granted a PhD FRIA fellowship (FRS-FNRS, Belgium) end of 2016, and I have been working for 4 years in the EDDyLab (ULiège) and the AMGC (Free University of Brussel, VUB, Belgium) as a joint PhD. My PhD thesis is primilarily focused on sauropod bone histology, and more recently focused on dwarfed sauropod species.

I decided to create HistoLogik during my last year of PhD (2020) in order to share palaeontology to the largest audience possible, as I am deeply convinced that sharing more science and scientific philosophy is a stepping stone to a better world."

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English to Spanish translator

"Hello! My name is Laura Ibarra Romo, I am currently completing my college degree in Languages and Public Relations at La Salle Laguna University located in Gomez Palacio, Durango, Mexico. The languages I trained in are English and some Romance languages: French, Portuguese and Italian; in addition, my mother tongue is Spanish. As part of my academic training, I had the opportunity to do my internship in this website, functioning as an English to Spanish translator. The process was a real adventure. It was challenging but rewarding for the development of my translation skills. I am very grateful for the opportunity that Benjamin gave me, to support this project that seeks to share the information of a world that is unknown to many but that holds many wonders."