It seems that early humans were more technologically advanced than scientists originally thought.
Scientists discover a new way of extracting DNA from caves.
A new study found that the human ability to adapt and survive are results of interbreeding with Neanderthals.
The advent of agricultural societies shifted the focus from polygamy to monogamy due to the consequent spread of STIs, according to a new study.
Marsupial lions have left claw marks in the Tight Entrance Cave in Australia, which is shedding new light on the extinct mammalian carnivore.
Researchers found that the mystery 'hobbits' from the island of Flores are not Homo sapiens. They belong to a different species.
Researchers have discovered two new hominin fossils in a previously uninvestigated chamber in the Sterkfontein Caves in South Africa.
A study revealed new findings on human migration in ancient Rome. Skeletons from 2,000 years ago indicated migrants came from the Alps and North Africa.
There may have just been a major upheaval in Europe near the end of the last Ice Age.
Study finds that early human ancestors evolved and travelled landmasses by sharing their technology and culture.
Ancient clay tablets reveal that Babylonians actually managed to use geometry to calculate the position of Jupiter.