Dinosaur blood cells, proteins found in crummy Alberta fossils

The scientists are not Canadian, but the samples are. So I wonder if there will a rush to look for similar information in the "crummier" fossils that are in collections.

“What is particularly exciting about our study is that we have discovered structures reminiscent of blood cells and collagen fibres in scrappy, poorly preserved fossils,” said Susannah Maidment, a co-author of the study, in a statement. “This suggests that this sort of soft tissue preservation might be widespread in fossils.”