"Why are humans so diverse? How do we evolve as a species?" KLI postdoc fellow anthropologist Lumila Menéndez talks about 10,000 Years of Cranial Evolution in SouthAmerica in 1.5 minutes!
Multi-isotopic and morphometric evidence for the migration of farmers leading up to the Inka conquest of the southern Andes
KLI fellow Lumila Paula Menéndez and colleagues show a migration pulse preceding the Inka expansion from a northern maize-farming population that would have been part of a widespread period of change in settlement patterns, population movements, and social identities.
Multiple Approaches to Understanding Human Pelvic Evolution – A Reappraisal of the Obstetrical Dilemma
Nicole GRUNSTRA (KLI), 17 June 2021, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
KLI Colloquium: Luis Alejandro Villanueva (KLI), 3 May, 3.00 pm
KLI Colloquium: Hari SRIDHAR (National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore), 25 February 2020, 5.00 pm
We are excited to announce our participation in PLUS Change, an international project aiming to transform land management strategies for social, climate, and biodiversity benefits.
KLI fellow Stephanie Schnorr writes about her latest paper in Communications Biology.
Alice Laciny's new fellowship explores how the perceptions and approaches of neurodivergent researchers come into play within social insect research.
Edited by Daniel S. Brooks, James DiFrisco, and William C. Wimsatt, the new book examines a core structural principle in the biological sciences- the nature and significance of levels of organization.
Leading scientists argue for a new paradigm for cancer research, proposing a complex systems view of cancer supported by empirical evidence.
'Convergent Evolution on Earth. Lessons for the Search for Extraterrestrial Life' by George R McGhee Jr. An analysis of patterns of convergent evolution on Earth that suggests where we might look for similar convergent forms on other planets.
'Evolutionary Causation' edited by Tobias Uller & Kevin N. Laland. A comprehensive treatment of the concept of causation in evolutionary biology that makes clear its central role in both historical and contemporary debates.
The new addition to the Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology from the MIT Press is a unique exploration of teleonomy- "evolved purposiveness"- as a major influence in evolution.
The latest addition to the Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology from the MIT Press.
The new addition to the Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology from the MIT Press is a coherent and comprehensive theory of life that synthesizes the specific properties of living organisms.
A new addition to the Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology at The MIT Press
Welcoming Orsolya Bajer-Molnár to the KLI
Welcoming Writing-up fellow Anna Sundermann
Welcoming Alejandro back as a postdoc fellow!
KLI Colloquium: Roberto Cazzolla Gatti (Tomsk State University), 3 September, 5.00 pm