News 2015

PALAEO afternoon

Posted on Wednesday 27 January 2016

There will be a PALAEO half-day on the theme of human-environment interactions on Monday 15th February

Neanderthal and Human Facial Growth Differences Revealed

Posted on Wednesday 9 December 2015

Differences in the way Neanderthal and human faces grow and develop have been mapped for the first time.

Human nature’s dark side helped us spread across the world

Posted on Wednesday 9 December 2015

New research by Dr Penny Spikins suggests that betrayals of trust were the missing link in understanding the rapid spread of our own species around the world.

PhD projects in PALAEO

Posted on Sunday 6 December 2015

Two NERC-funded PhD projects available in PALAEO

Getting under the skin of a Medieval mystery

Posted on Friday 4 December 2015

BioArCH uncovers the animal origins of parchment in pocket Bibles

Distinct growth of the nasomaxillary complex in Australopithecus sediba

Posted on Friday 4 December 2015

CAHS shows shown that facial growth in Australopithecus sediba was markedly different to that of other early hominid species.