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Human Origins, Hominin Fossils, Biological Anthropology
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The Leakey Foundation 14h
It's one of our favorite days of the year!
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Brian Phipps Jul 14
Nature iterates—and here we are.
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Archaeologists discover bread that predates agriculture by 4,000 years via
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Rethinking the origins of Homo sapiens via
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High-quality genomes reveal new differences between the great apes
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Eleanor ML Scerri 23h
Quartz interviewed me about the processes involved in creating our recent paper in Trends in Ecology and Evolution. We are all aware of the need for interdisciplinarity, but truly transcending different scientific fields is much harder than it sounds.
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Roberto Sáez 10h
Arte neandertal, Parántropos y Homo climaticus, en Ágora Historia
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Roberto Sáez Jul 16
Poster: the emergence and significance of heavy-duty scrapers in ancient stone toolkits via
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Roberto Sáez Jul 17
The first bone tools from Kromdraai and stone tools from Drimolen, and the place of bone tools in the South African Earlier Stone Age congrats HT
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Paige Madison Jul 16
Well, today was a dream. Thank you !
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Paige Madison 20h
Mary Leakey discovered the skull of Zinjanthropus in 1959, in Olduvai Gorge. The 1.8 million year old human relative is now classified as Paranthropus boisei.
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Paula García Medrano 13h
Looking for quartzite cobbles at the Arlanzon Basin with and Andreu Olle
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LTU Palaeoscience Jul 16
Big congratulations to student for submitting her PhD thesis on 2.0-1.4 Ma bone tools from Main Quarry in South Africa. A great achievement. Check out her recent papers on bone tools in Quat. Int. & Equus Cave tools in SAAB
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Paige Madison 10h
Sometimes I wonder what scientists in the 19th/early 20th centuries would have thought of human evolution displays like this one. It’s is certainly not linear... Visiting one of my favorite displays today, !
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Human evolution: back to the trees? via
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Archaeologists discover bread that predates agriculture by 4,000 years via
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Antonio Rh Jul 15
Active percussion tools from the Oldowan site of Barranco León (Orce, Andalusia, Spain): The fundamental role of pounding activities in hominin lifeways
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Roberto Sáez Jul 16
The preparation and consumption of bread-like products predated the emergence of agriculture by at least 4,000 years.
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Humans Didn’t Evolve From a Single Ancestral Population via
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Asier GómezOlivencia Jul 16
Our paper about new remains of Mesopithecus pentelicus is out "Mesopithecus pentelicus from the Turolian locality of Kryopigi (Kassandra, Chalkidiki, Greece)"
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