First ancient nuclear genomes of Aboriginal Australians show repatriation of unprovenanced remains possible.
A Griffith University researcher has played a key role in the international multidisciplinary team that has discovered a new human species in a Philippines cave. Professor Rainer Grün, Director of Griffith’s Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution (ARCHE), used uranium series analysis to date the teeth and bones from three small hominid individuals found in […]
Investigating geochemical signatures in surface geology and ancient remains could aid repatriation of Indigenous skeletons to their place of origin.
Intricate, multi-toothed tools found to be 2700 years old, making them the oldest confirmed tattooing combs found in Oceania.
Oldest and longest record of specialised active primate hunting offers insights into how people inhabited extreme environment.
New evidence of early humans in North Africa more than half a million years older than previous findings
Discovery indicates ancient humans occupied site more than half a million years earlier than previously thought.
250,000 year-old Neanderthal teeth reveal the oldest exposure to lead and the first natural weaning from breastfeeding.