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Modern human DNA contains bits from all over the Neanderthal genome – except the Y chromosome. What happened?
Depression, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder linked with ancient viral DNA in our genome – new research
How Neanderthal language differed from modern human – they probably didn’t use metaphors
Everyday life and its variability influenced human evolution at least as much as rare activities like big-game hunting
Revised dating of the Liujiang skeleton renews understanding of human occupation of China
Why did modern humans replace the Neanderthals? The key might lie in our social structures
Why Are We Obsessed With Human Origins?
Persian plateau unveiled as crucial hub for early human migration out of Africa
Did Neanderthals Use Glue? Researchers Find Evidence that Sticks
Overcoming our psychological barriers to embracing AI
New path for early human migrations through a once-lush Arabia contradicts a single ‘out of Africa’ origin
Balzan Prizes 2023 for Max Planck researchers
All animal intelligence was shaped by just 5 leaps in brain evolution
Major new research claims smaller-brained _Homo naledi_ made rock art and buried the dead. But the evidence is lacking
Who owned this Stone Age jewellery? New forensic tools offer an unprecedented answer
Calls for policy reform based on scientific evidence – not ideology
How milk tamed the Third Pole: research reveals a 3,500-year history of dairy consumption on the Tibetan Plateau
Waxing and waning of environment influences hominin dispersals across ancient Iran
We can still see these 5 traces of ancestor species in all human bodies today
First-ever genetic analysis of a Neanderthal family paints a fascinating picture of a close-knit community
Stone projectile skills help foragers occupy rainforests during southern Asia migration
Stone Age discovery shows Homo sapiens survived in Kalahari
Prehistoric Swiss Army knife indicates early humans communicated
Oldest known ochre processing in East Asia discovered
Archaeologists Discover Innovative 40,000-Year-Old Culture in China
An Innovative 40,000-Year-Old Culture in China
Fossil discovery rewrites history of modern human arrival in Europe
Late Persistence of Human Ancestors at Margins of Monsoon in India
Clues to pandemic rebounds from past