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Recent research published in Quaternary Science Reviews on the long extinct cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) has found their attempt to adapt to the growing harshness of the last ice age before their extinction.22/05/19
In a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, an international research team, led by Uppsala University with co-author Linus Girdland-Flink of LJMU, discovered kin relationships among Stone Age individuals buried in megalithic tombs on Ireland and in Sweden.16/04/19
LJMU researchers discover new remains at the Shanidar Cave in the mountains of Iraq.25/01/19
Genetic analysis of ancient DNA from a six-week-old female infant found at an Interior Alaska archaeological site, has revealed a previously unknown population of ancient people in North America.04/01/18
We catch up with human evolution expert, Dr Isabelle De Groote to find out about the Virtual Anthropology Museum, a new online resource that brings the human story to life.
Dr Matteo Borrini, lecturer of forensic anthropology and president of the Liverpool Mahatma Magic Circle, shows us a cool trick with a £5 note to mark National Student Money Week.
Forensic anthropologist and mind illusionist, Dr Matteo Borrini, demonstrates the techniques that psychics use to make people believe in paranormal powers.
As part of a new suite of agreements between LJMU and Southern Connecticut State University, students have been uncovering a lot more than just the past as they search for a future.
Genetic diseases are fairly common today, with more than one in 25 children being born with one. But the evolutionary history of such conditions is mysterious. Which genetic disorders were common in our ancestors and why? And do they still exist?05/04/19
Chimpanzees are our closest living relatives, and observing them in the wild helps us reconstruct how our ancestors adapted to a changing environment millions of years ago, write Drs Alexander Piel and Fiona Stewart30/07/18
New research suggests it's time we rethought stereotypes and started viewing Neanderthals with the respect they really deserve, write Dr James Ohman and Dr Asier Gomez-Olivencia05/04/18
Prehistoric humans and their predecessors may have had a very different diet but their teeth suffered in similar ways to ours, writes anthropology lecturer Dr Ian Towle05/03/18