- Human Evolution Research
- Climate and Human Evolution
- Anthropocene: The Age of Humans
- Asian Research Projects
- East African Research Projects
- Human Origins Program Team
- What's Hot In Human Origins?
- Fossil Forensics: Interactive
- E. A. Mammal Dentition Database
- Human Evolution Evidence
- 3D Collection
- Human Fossils
- Human Family Tree
- Timeline Interactive
- Human Characteristics
- About Us
Since 1985, researchers from diverse fields have come to Olorgesailie, Kenya, through the collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and the National Museums of Kenya, in an effort to better understand the habitat in which our early human ancestors evolved. An understanding of habitat, and human interaction with it, is crucial to the better understanding of what it is that makes us human.
This section is intended to give you the opportunity to get to know the lives and interests of the people who make up our research team.
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