Malcolm Hart became part of the British micropalaeontological community during his time at Imperial College, from 1966 to 1970, working with Dave Carter as his PhD supervisor on the Mid-Cretaceous foraminifera of southwestern England. On the completion of his doctoral research studies in 1970 he returned to the place of his birth, Northumberland, and took up a junior lectureship post at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Even at this early stage in his career his enthusiasm for his chosen subject carried through to his undergraduate students, with John Baines going on to a career in the oil industry and...

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