Scientists have identified tracks left on an ancient freshwater lake in the Arabian Peninsula as the earliest trace of human arrival in the area from about 120,000 years ago.
First Australians co-existed with a giant ‘wombat-like’ creature for thousands of years – so why is there so little archaeological evidence for the hunting and use of these large animals?
Three-million-year-old brain imprints in fossil skulls of the species Australopithecus afarensis (famous for “Lucy” and the “Dikika child’’ from Ethiopia) shed new light on the evolution of brain growth.
Oldest and longest record of specialised active primate hunting offers insights into how people inhabited extreme environment.
Cave paintings in Borneo among the world’s oldest examples of figurative depiction.
Emerging scientists at Griffith University have been recognised at the Queensland Young Tall Poppy Science Awards for 2018.