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MPI-EVA Leipzig Apr 1
Hello Twitter world! This is no April fool's trick. We finally joined to share our latest research news regarding: , , , , , , , , , , , ,
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John S. Mead May 18
, , and Tweeps - Please share this all expense paid Human Evolution Teacher Workshop with K12 teachers who might wish to apply - It's a truly unique chance to improve evolution literacy! THANKS!
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Ashley Hammond Oct 29
We at are recruiting undergraduates for our NSF REU Fellowships for summer 2020. If you know an American undergrad interested in , , , or , please direct them to this opportunity to conduct field research in Kenya!
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Koobi Fora Fldschl Nov 11
Applications open now for . please save this image and drop it in a PowerPoint for your next class. We have 8 available for undergrads AND in-service teachers!
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Molly Selba Nov 7
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Andrew C. Holmes Apr 17
Here's a picture of Pliopithecus goeriachensis drawn by A. Hofmann in 1893 and a photo of the same specimen from 2018.
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Robert O'Malley Mar 30
Great to see reporting on our work comparing Gombe and Olduvai termite mounds at . Hydrocarbon signatures suggest Macrotermes availability to hominins 1.8mya!
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Peter Michael Bauer Aug 30
Coming in November. Spread the word. Sign-up on my website for updates.
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Michael Balter Jun 15
A talented female scientist survived numerous attempts by a powerful male researcher to wreck her career, for totally petty and vindictive reasons. Now, at long last, she is able to tell her story.
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MNCN Colecciones Aug 30
The Nariokotome Boy or Turkana Boy is the nearly complete skeleton of an adolescent boy of Homo ergaster who lived approximately between 1.5 and 1.6 million years ago near Lake Turkana in Kenya.
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Alannah Pearson 🐒💀🧠 Oct 21
An important article by Cardini, O’Higgins & Rohlf on + commonly used between-group PCA = invalid results. Implications for
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W. Andrew Barr Jan 30
Just finishing up a very productive field season at the Mille-Logya Project in the Afar region of Ethiopia. Thanks to this fantastic team of researchers, students, and support staff!
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PaleoAnthropology+ Dec 31
to all of my friends and followers around the world! THANK YOU!! Australopithecus afarensis reconstruction (Elisabeth Daynès) w/Cro-Magnon 1 skull
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Caroline VanSickle Sep 11
Hey everyone! & I organized an invited poster session for & it's ACCEPTED! “Implications of bony pelvis variation in humans, hominins, and primates”, coming to LA in April 2020!!!
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Charles Heim Oct 17
Excited meeting Neo for the first time! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Holly Dunsworth Apr 30
Oldowan Iron Chef, pitting Australopithecus vs Robusts vs early Homo vs mid-late Homo. Thanks a ton for sharing this lesson idea!
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MNCN Colecciones Nov 22
Reconstruction of a lower Pleistocene herbaceous savanna based on the site of Koobi Fora, Kenya, with . The conquest of the savannas meant important modifications in the biology of humans.
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Guido Rocatti 🐒 Nov 7
Our latest research discussing hominid evolutionary radiation. Was it a continuous & gradual process? Our results suggest that it may have been characterized by distinct evolutionary regime shifts & factors through the last 10M yrs.
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Ms. Anthropology, *the other face-tattoo one,* MA Sep 12
Exactly. Can we talk about how is making money off selling casts of The Ancient One (at $389usd a piece, no less)?
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Molly Selba Nov 13
So excited to have been selected to participate in the Symposium! and I will both be there learning about and 💀💀💀
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