Homo sapiens fossils demonstrate a gradual evolution of the human brain towards its modern globular shape
Bizarre fossils from China are revealing our species' Asian origins and rewriting the story of human evolution. To read this article log in with username: firstname.lastname@example.org and password: 22library
The idea that all humans evolved from a small population in East Africa turns out to be wrong. Our beginnings were far stranger and more colourful. to read this article login with the icentre email and password.
Confused by the flood of news about ancient humans? Here’s the low-down on what new discoveries are revealing about the complicated story of our ancestors
Discoveries pushing back milestones in human development happen all the time. That can get confusing. So here’s a very basic (but not very brief) cheat sheet of the current research and findings—for t
Cooking may be more than just a part of your daily routine, it may be what made your brain as powerful as it is
Humans’ ability to control fire is among the most important technological advances in our evolutionary history. But when did it all start?
Human evolution may have involved the gradual assembly of scattered skeletal traits, fossils of Homo naledi and other species show.
The past 15 years have called into question every assumption about who we are and where we came from. Turns out our evolution is more baffling than we thought. To read this article log in with username: email@example.com and password: 22library
Did scientists discover the oldest Homo sapiens remains on record? Depends on your definition of what’s human.
Speaking live from South Africa, paleoanthropologist Lee Berger announced the discovery of bones he says belong to the species Homo naledi.