Neanderthals, like humans, may have organized their living spaces

Researchers have found that Neanderthals used to organize their living spaces in ways that were familiar to modern humans, a discovery that once again shows similarities between the close cousins.

Diversity of facial colours among primates linked to sociability

Biologists have found that the primates that are more social have more complex facial patterns.

Chimps use long-term memory to forage for food

A team of scientists have determined that chimpanzees use long-term memory for remembering the size and location of fruit trees and feeding experiences from previous seasons using a memory window that can be from two months to three years ago.

`First cave painters may have been mostly women`

An American archaeological anthropologist has said that measurements of ancient cave handprints suggest that the majority of the artists may have been women.

Maya dismembered their enemies 1,400 years ago

Scientists have unearthed a 1,400-year-old mass grave, with remains of 24 dismembered human bodies, in an artificial cave in the historical Maya city of Uxul in Mexico.

Did humans descend from "aquatic apes"?

Did humans descend from "aquatic apes" that spent more time swimming than dragging their knuckles on the ground?

Bihar CM condoles death of Prof Sacchidanand

Bihar CM Nitish Kumar condoled the death of the founder of Ranchi University`s
department of Anthropology and former VC Prof Sacchidanand.

Exercising in groups more beneficial

Group bonding releases more endorphin-the chemical that gives a mild high & blocks out pain.

Exercising in groups more beneficial

Group bonding releases more endorphin-the chemical that gives a mild high & blocks out pain.

Exercising in groups more beneficial

Group bonding releases more endorphin-the chemical that gives a mild high & blocks out pain.