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Chagyr_isotopes02

Ancient bone fragments in hydrochloric acid. Waiting for everything mineral to dissolve, leaving the organic parts for analysis. To be checked every day.

In the isotope lab. Preparing samples from Siberia. Animal bones. All part of the analysis of the unlikely mandible.

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cleanroom_cleaning_600

Even the cleanroom needs cleaning. The Advanced DNA Sequencing Techniques-group – out in full force!

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kara_sun600

The apes don’t like the weather. Their scientists sympathize.

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Howdiflex04

 

Robert Hepach ist sifting through his data from his latest study on cooperation of young children. He still doesn’t have enough data points, but he is eager to see some preliminary results, at least.

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darwinmendelwatson

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HowdiFlex

The organisational centerpiece of the child study group.They tried digital and other fancy stuff, they said. But in the end, chalk prevailed.
Howdiflex is still going on. In the parrot room.

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canary

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morning eva01

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toothbrush

Toothbrush

Frog Soap
Frog Soap
Artificial stomach
Artificial stomach

 

Been in the lab where they study Neanderthal diet (among other things). You’d be surprised…

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#iEVA: Week 2

MondayDepartment Meeting Human Evolution, where Jean-Jacques Hublin encouraged his people to volunteer to work with the journalist – and they did! Introduction to Human Anthropology Department today. First reporting subjects identified. Believe it or not: They volunteered!! #iEVA — I, EVA (@I_EVA1) April 22, 2013 Also: TB-test in preparation for the ape house TB-Test April 24, 2013 · digitalgrip.fieldnotes · Everybody who wants to work in the ape house has to be tested for TB. This is to protect the …

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