Unprecedented DNA analyses of people in indigenous populations suggest that almost all non-Africans trace their roots to one migration from the continent.
The ‘out of Africa’ model is the theory that the Homo genus migrated out from Africa to populate the rest of the world. Oxford University Professor of Archaeological Science Tom Higham explains the mo
It took around 150,000 years for Humans to travel from Africa to Aotearoa. What happened along the way? Radio NZ Podcast
The evolutionary origins of the tiny Indonesian hominin Homo floresiensis have perplexed us for years – now there’s a new twist to the tale, suggesting we had it figured out all wrong
Scientists like to be really sure. That is pretty much what the scientific method is all about - systematically controlling for all possibilities, all...