"Russell Gray" is a professor at the University of Auckland, located in New Zealand. Although originally trained in biology and psychology, Gray is well known for his studies on the evolution of the Austronesian languages/Austronesian language family using computational phylogenetics/computational phylogenetic methods.

Gray also performs research on animal cognition. One of his main research projects is on tool use among New Caledonian crows.

In the summer of 2014, it was announced that the Max Planck Institute of Economics in Jena, Germany would receive a different mandate. Along with Johannes Krause, Gray was appointed director of a new Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, commencing February 1, 2014.

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Anton staying with Otago clearly has had a significant influence on James as I'm sure it will on other players.

We are actively pursuing high-quality players.

This is tremendous news for Otago. James made a big impact on the international scene this year and I believe other unions had shown strong interest in him. We are delighted that he has decided to stay with us.

We've put offers on the table and there are players out there who are making up their minds and deciding whether they want to come to Otago.

The terrace seats were clearly put in for the Lions game to try and meet the requirements of a minimum of 7000 premium seats.

Playing and living in France is a great opportunity for him and his family and when his time is up there, we'll happily welcome him back.

Carl has been a magnificent contributor to the game here and we wish him well.

We are delighted that he has decided to stay with us.