Griffith researcher dates early human fossil found in Greece at 210,000 years old.
New dating research led by Griffith University has confirmed the great antiquity of fossil remains attributed to a species of human called Homo antecessor found in Spain.
In its third year, the growing celebration of all things science and the only World Science Festival franchise outside of New York, WSF Brisbane promises to ignite debate and inspire discovery. Running from March 21-25, WSF Brisbane focuses on the theme of ‘humanity’, and will see Griffith University experts in the thick of discussions delving into […]
Scientists from Griffith University have played a crucial role in helping an international team of archaeologists rewrite the timeline of human evolution and the migration of modern humans out of Africa. It had been widely accepted that Homo sapiens had moved out of Africa between 90,000 and 120,000 years ago but that has now been […]
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.
Professor Rainer Grün, Director of Griffith University's new Research Centre of Human Evolution, has played a crucial role in an African research project that has uncovered what may be the earliest evidence of human warfare