A report from a Wenner-Gren-supported workshop innovating ways forward for understanding hominin ontogenies
Research has started to show the ways that introgressed genes from Neandertals affect brain shape in living people.
We put together excavation records, 3D imagery, and laboratory analysis of bones and teeth to understand the preservation of a skeleton from the Dinaledi Chamber.
The frequency of M3 agenesis varies greatly among human populations. It may have to do with agricultural diets, but anthropologists aren't sure.
A close look at the idea that most of the brain is superfluous space, with a review of people who get by with extraordinarily small brain mass.