Early fire, prehistoric colonists and baffled scientists. It’s this week in human evolution!
Grief seems like a fairly destructive and distressing behaviour. However, new research suggests it may actually give our species an evolutionary advantage
Many years ago researchers argued that our big brains evolved to help us get food from the environment. This was disproven. New research claims to un-disprove it.
Scientists are baffled is how a lot of media stories start; but just how representative of science is that statement? Answer: not very
Scientists looking over a museum collection stumbled across the first ever piece of art made by a pre-human species.
Recent research claims that we evolved big brains to win in any conflict with our neighbors; but does this claim hold water?
Research reveals that a lot of religious people accept evolution, but they’re typically only doing so because they’re being obedient, not because they understand the subject.
Chimps can be very sexually aggressive, but does that result in more babies? New research says that yes it does.
The latest research into human evolution, including the evolution of throwing; how many different ancestors did we have and much more
Throwing stuff is kind of a big deal; whether it’s spears at prey or balls at the other team. How far back can this key human behaviour be traced?