Dinosaur Research Institute
About the DRI
Goals / Purpose
- To turn the Dinosaur Research Institute into an enduring source of stable,
reliable private funding for dinosaur and palaeontological research by leading
research specialists and facilities.
To fund important dinosaur recovery and research
projects principally in the Province of Alberta.
To fund research by visiting palaeontologists to the province of Alberta.
To provide research grants to graduate students working
with qualified researchers and facilities.
To fund comparative research that may be undertaken by
any qualified scientist in any geographical location.
To operate in cooperation and collaboration with the
Royal Tyrrell Museum, other scientific and educational
institutions and researchers, the business and
philanthropic sectors, the community at large and
To ensure the highest standards of quality in dinosaur
and palaeontological research.
To enhance and promote the image and reputation of
dinosaur researchers and institutions, and the benefits to
the community of such research and facilities.
To educate the general public on the value and benefits
to mankind of dinosaur research, and the role of private
funding in its advancement.
To become a respected scholarly authority on dinosaur
research able to confer profitable endorsements and seals
of approval for dinosaur paraphernalia marketers.
This page last modified on...
May 07, 2012