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Article Human Origins Groundbreaking research underway at the Museum and around the world is tackling questions about what it means to be human. Article Health and Our Microbiome Humans are just a speck in a massively bacterial world. Microbes make up 70 to 90 percent of all cells in our bodies. Blog Post Within Ape Species, Varied Skull Shapes Reflect Genetic History By analyzing ape genetics and skull shapes, a new study by Museum researchers found an evolutionary pattern that could aid th... Walks, Tours, and Drop Ins Weekend Drop-In Sessions in the Sackler Educational Lab Join us in the Sackler Educational Laboratory to meet scientists and discover cutting-edge research in human evolution. Blog Post One-Million-Year-Old Hominin Pelvic Bone Features Modern Human Traits Museum-led study of rare fossil suggests that the human pelvis evolved in hominin ancestors earlier than previously thought. Blog Post When Did Human Feet Become “Made for Walking”? Researchers have found evidence of feet adapted for bipedal locomotion in a 4.4-million-year-old human ancestor.   Hammond, Ashley S.   Permanent Hall Anne and Bernard Spitzer Hall of Human Origins Trace millions of years of human history, from early ancestors who lived more than six million years ago to modern Homo sapiens. Blog Post Museum Scientists Share Their Tips for Identification Day See items from the collections and bring your own specimen to be identified.   AMNH-Scientific-Publications-2016   Research Research Sizes Up Last Common Ancestor of Humans and Apes New research suggests that the last common ancestor of apes—including great apes and humans—was much smaller than previously... October 12, 2017 Audio Frontiers Lecture: Why? What Makes Us Curious with Mario Livio Astrophysicist and best-selling author Mario Livio explores the origins and mechanisms of human curiosity.
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