Lisa Matisoo-Smith is Professor of Biological Anthropology in the Department of Anatomy at the University of Otago. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand, a Fellow...View Profile
Adam Brumm is an archaeologist and Australian Research Council Future Fellow at Queensland’s Griffith University. He has conducted archaeological research in Indonesia over the past 14 years, most recently leading...View Profile
Journey through 300 millennia of human history to reveal the secrets of our survival.
Since our ancestors split from their ape cousins, many Hominin species have roamed the earth. Today, only Homo sapiens remain. What made us survive and thrive to become the planet’s most dominant species? Why did we prevail?
Our distinguished panel share how recent scientific technology has added to the wealth of archaeological data and ancient knowledge, and tease out the truths behind more than 300,000 years of human survival.
Image credit: © Sculpture Elisabeth Daynes, Paris.
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