Newly sequenced genomes from prehistoric hunter-gatherers in the region of Lake Baikal reveal connections with First Americans and across Eurasia.
Study suggests Australopithecus sediba hands were adapted to both tree-climbing and human-like manipulation.
Scientists reconstruct the world in which early modern humans lived in South Africa.
New ancient genomic research reveals information about human history in China.
Human self-control evolved in our early ancestors, becoming particularly evident around 500,000 years ago when they developed the skills to make sophisticated tools, a new study suggests.
Hunter-gatherers built colossal Göbekli Tepe 11,500 years ago in today's Turkey as a single structure of ritual significance, say Tel Aviv University researchers.