- SGU in focus
- Human adaptation to climate change in prehistoric NE Thailand?
- Student exchange opportunities! Grab it!
- A view from far away
- It is actually a great feeling …
- Creativity, innovation and isolation
- I am angry
- Talking about exchange
- Grey versus black hair
- Hokkaido cup cake making
- Compact living
- Hammock and palm tree?
- NTU Campus for foodies
- Forest fires – dangerous haze and carbon dioxide
- My walk to and from work
Category Archives: Human evolution course
I know that I should have reported more from this year’s EGU meeting in Vienna, which for us was a really successful meeting, with many posters and a talk, and many people interested in our research! Camilla, Moo and Kweku … Continue reading
One more lecture next week and then no more teaching until the fall semester – except for my two weeks of excursion to Les Eyzies in May. This last and final lecture will be about Homo heidelbergensis, Homo neanderthalensis and … Continue reading
We have covered an enormous time interval during the past weeks, from 7 million year old Sahelanthropus to the appearance of Homo erectus/ergaster/georgicus some 1.8 million years ago. We are getting closer to Homo heidelbergensis, Homo neanderthalensis, the Denisovans and … Continue reading
So much information is now available when it comes to the subject of human evolution! Science blogs, less scientific blogs, online courses, TV programs, books and of course a wealth of science articles. All this diverse information can easily give … Continue reading
We are gradually moving towards modern times, but have still some 1.5-2 million years to go! Tonight’s lecture was about the large group of different species, which can – generally spoken – be bundled into Australopithecines, and about Homo habilis … Continue reading
Human evolution really is a hot topic in science. Almost every week we can hear about new discoveries. These are not only published in scientific journals, but are also widely reported in different media, newspapers, blogs, TV, and radio. Just … Continue reading