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3 April 2018
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1 May 2024
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8 June 2017

Dating expert ages oldest modern human

A Griffith University geochronologist’s state-of-the-art dating methods push back the origins of our species by an unprecedented 100,000 years, uncovering...

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10 February 2023

2.9-million-year-old butchery site reopens case of who made first stone tools

Discovery of stone tools and cut-marked animal bones in Kenya offers window into the dawn of stone technology.

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19 December 2019
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14 March 2018

How humans won the race – evolutionary evidence at World Science Festival

If the human race had run differently, modern man might have descended from Neanderthals, or some other species of ancient...

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7 March 2018
Image credit: Larry Engel (PBS)

Plenty to chew over at World Science Festival — the amazing tales teeth tell

When Griffith Associate Professor Tanya Smith entertains the World Science Festival Brisbaneaudience with the many tales teeth tell, they’ll be...

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15 February 2018
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4 July 2024

Can ‘prebunking’ help stop the spread of misinformation in a year of global elections?

Amid US and UK elections in 2024, AI-generated misinformation poses a serious threat to electoral integrity. The Australian Electoral Commission recently emphasised the importance of ‘prebunking’ as an essential ingredient in preventing misinformation and protecting electoral integrity, but what is it?

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6 June 2024
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