Genome analysis reveals the 30,000-year-old origins of genetic adaptations for high altitude in Tibetans and suggests a novel mechanism for human adaptation.
Scientists confirm age of a key prehistoric human tool technology in Italy.
Archaeologists resume excavations at ancient site in eastern Crete to reconstruct development of early Greek city-state.
New study suggests that about 20 percent of the Neanderthal genome lingers in modern populations.
Skeletal remains from 6th century Bavaria yield oldest pathogen genomes obtained to date.
Genome study of human remains recovered from a Mesolithic site in Spain provide clues to the individual's appearance.
The "Rising Star Expedition" is rapidly expanding hands-on research on the spectacular early human fossils recovered in late 2013 from a south African cave system.
From Archaeology to Paleoanthropology to Paleontology, the new science of paleogenomics is revolutionizing what we know about the past.
The rock shelter could hold some keys to understanding the last Neanderthals in southern Europe.
World War I tragedies uncovered by melting glaciers in the Italian Alps.
Dogs and wolves evolved from a common ancestor between 11,000 and 34,000 years ago, researchers suggest.
Following the spectacular discoveries made at Khirbet Qeiyafa, the archaeological team turns its sights on the 10th - 9th century BC layers of a famous ancient Judahite stronghold. ...
The discovery could lead to more mural findings.
Roman Iron Age artifacts and other finds may significantly alter the known history of an area near the northeastern shores of the Gulf of Finland.
And now the loss of large carnivores poses a global conservation problem, but an opportunity for modern humans to play a positive role.
Study indicates a correlation between the ancient mural image and date of the Hasan Dagi volcanic eruption.