Victoria is an NSERC postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto and Royal Ontario Museum. A leading expert in the armoured dinosaurs called ankylosaurs, Victoria also studies the evolution of animal weapons (especially tail weapons), and how dinosaur biogeography was affected by changing sea levels.
Lindsay is the Head of Paleontology at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and a Research Professor of Biological Sciences at North Carolina State University. She spends a lot of time hunting for new Cretaceous critters as a means to study ecological and evolutionary patterns in deep time. She also has a soft spot for theropod dinosaurs (living and extinct), particularly an oddball group with meter-long, skythe-shaped claws dubbed therizinosaurs.
Tom is Principal Lecturer in Vertebrate Paleontology in the Department of Geology, University of Maryland and a Research Associate in the Department of Paleobiology, National Museum of Natural History (Smithsonian Institution). Additionally, he is the Faculty Director of the College Park Scholars-Science & Global Change program (a living-learning program focusing on the scientific worldview and its application to understanding and addressing the greatest challenge of our time.) His primary research focus is on the evolution and adaptations of carnivorous dinosaurs, most especially the Tyrannosauroidea (T. rex and its kin). He has been a consultant and on-screen expert on numerous documentaries and has helped with exhibit design at several museums around the world.