Date(s) - 08/07/2016
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Public Lecture presented by Professor Chris Stringer
Research Centre of Human Evolution, Griffith University
100,000 years ago there were at least 4 kinds of humans on Earth. Our species had evolved in Africa and was beginning to emerge from there, the Neanderthals had evolved in western Eurasia, the Denisovans in eastern Eurasia, and Homo floresiensis in Indonesia. How did these different populations relate to each other, and why are we the only humans left today?
The lecture is followed by the official launch of the Research Centre of Human Evolution, and dinner. Tickets for the dinner can be purchased separately at a later date.
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