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Prehistoric den of Iberian lynx identified for the first time

The study, led by Antonio Rodríguez-Hidalgo from of the Complutense University of Madrid and IPHES, sheds new light on the knowledge on Iberian lynxes

A new fieldwork season in Eritrea, the Horn of Africa, provides new remains of giant mammals, plant trunks and artifacts older than one million years ago

These findings will help to understand the climate and ecology of the Early Pleistocene times in the Engel Ela-Ramud basin.

Oldest ever human genetic evidence clarifies dispute over our ancestors

Genetic material from an 800.000-year-old human fossil has been retrieved for the first time.

Eudald Carbonell: “Coronavirus Covid-19 is the last warning: if we don’t make decisions, it will be the collapse of our species”

“This is not just a health crisis. It is a social and universal crisis. It is the collapse of a system that has not risen to the challenge of structural change when we had the first warnings a few years ago”.

Robert Sala: “Thanks for all Ofer. We will miss you”

We at IPHES have received his influence and enjoyed with his participation in meetings at Tarragona

The spread of steppe and Iranian-related ancestry in the islands of the Western Mediterranean

IPHES researchers Beatriz Gamarra and Marina Lozano, from the Paleoanthropology department, have collaborated in this research

El Mirador cave at Atapuerca provides new data on the beginning of the farming practices at the Meseta

Tarragona has held a scientific transdisciplinary meeting on prehistoric farmers

Systematic manufacture of skull cups was a ritual from the end of Palaeolithic to Bronze Age

It has been revealed through the study of cut marks on fossils from Atapuerca and other European sites

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