Join PNAS author in a question and answer session with Enquye Negash, Zeresenay Alemseged, Jonathan Wynn about their recent findings.
An Ethiopian-born biological anthropologist and father dissects the “myth of race” and reflects on his own deepening understanding of racism in the U.S.
Using conventional and synchrotron computed tomography, we scanned eight fossil crania, which allowed us to explore patterns of brain growth.
More than 3 million years ago, our ancient human ancestors, including their toddler-aged children, were standing on two feet and walking upright, according to a new study.
Zeray Alemseged met with President Barrack Obama in July 2015 while the President was on a state visit to east Africa, including the first visit to Ethiopia by a sitting US president.
Meet the Dikika baby, a three-year-old from the dawn of humanity. Her discovery holds clues to the origin of childhood.