The researchers found that most bones showed signs of having been modified by humans using stone tools, with a specialized technique similar to that used by modern hunters when skinning prey to keep the claws attached to the fur.
Students from many different countries as Spain, France, Italy, Chile and Venezuela have participated
Since 2006, eleventh promotions of master students have been graduated and more than 168 research works have been completed so far
An experimental study at IPHES shows that they can faithfully reproduce the morphology of red blood cells
Currently, dentistry, palaeontology, criminalistics and archaeology are some of the fields where they are applied