Vincent Plant discusses the inevitability of human’s high level of intelligence, and the implications this had on our planet.
Print Science Editor Scarlett Parr-Reid tells us what is known about Homo luzonensis, a newly discovered species of humans.
As students at Exeter University in 2018, it seems bizarre that for over 100 years now students have been driving the locals mad and trudging up Forum Hill. Exeposé recently reached its 30th anniversary, but looking back even that far seems completely alien. It’s hard to picture hand-writing an essay without Google or being able […]
Carina Schlebusch led a team of researchers at Uppsala University in Sweden in a project combining genome mapping with anthropology in an effort to uncover genetic links between modern African populations and their ancestors. The findings may have unexpected implications for the early history of Homo sapiens, the modern humans. Until now scientific consensus has […]
“Evolutionary history was probably different to what we had imagined” is not a sentence you read every day, but that’s what John Hawks states. He’s part of the National Geographic (NG) funded research team that last week published findings of “a new species of human ancestor” after excavating a remote cave chamber near Johannesburg in […]
SMASHED ON SCIENCE The debut of the ‘Pint of Science‘ festival recently took over Exeter pubs, and Exeposé Science and Tech are here to give you the best bits, and fill you in on what you may have missed. Solene Long provides a short snippet from the presentation “Bacterial Pathogens and their natterings” , hosted by […]