Griffith researcher dates early human fossil found in Greece at 210,000 years old.
A Griffith researcher has helped date a significant archaeological find in Spain.
Griffith researchers are uncovering more about the “archaeologically invisible” – children of the Ice Age and their toys. Archaeologists have believed it near impossible to find toys from the deep past of Europe — the Palaeolithic, which dates to between around 45,000 to 11,000 years ago. Looking for children from this period is a relatively […]
Griffith University’s rock art expert Professor Paul Taçon has capped a remarkable year being honoured with the Rhys Jones Medal for Outstanding Contribution to Australian Archaeology - the top archaeology award in Australia. Earlier this year he was awarded an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship worth $2.5 million to continue his rock art research.
Griffith University's Research Centre for Human Evolution will be launched on July 8 by the Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy and Minister for Small Business Leanne Enoch, as part of a two-day conference to develop partnerships between Australian and international researchers and Aboriginal Traditional Owners.
An international team of scientists that has announced the discovery of ancestors of Homo floresiensis – the enigmatic species of pygmy-like humans discovered more than a decade ago on the Indonesian island of Flores