Member Evening: Prof Chris Stringer FRS - What’s New in our Human Story?
Event type: Online Members event
Free, online event - no ticket required.
18 November 2020 18.00 - 19.00
Recently named a Financial Times 'Master of Science', Professor Chris Stringer FRS has been researching the relationship between Neanderthals and Homo sapiens for his entire career at the Museum.
There have been many exciting recent discoveries, particularly in the field of ancient DNA, that help us better understand our ancestors and the reasons for the extinction of certain species.
Chris will talk about the intriguing human past and how recent studies from across the globe are shedding light on our past, including the genetic history of our species.
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Prof Chris Stringer: What’s New in our Human Story?
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