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Fri 02 May
12:00-13:00 | Aarhus University
Sex in the Mesolithic: The Koelbjerg Skeleton
Join us when Associate Professor Hans Chr Petersen, IMADA, University of Southern Denmark, talks about the Koelbjerg person who used to be a woman, but now seems to be a man.
Fri 16 May
12:00-13:00 | Aarhus
The link between the behavioural immune system and anti-immigration attitudes
Join us for this Human Evolution Lunch Lecture when Associate Professor Lene Aarrøe, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, talks about "The Behavioral Immune System and Anti-Immigration Attitudes: Individual Differences Related to Disgust Shape Opposition to Immigration"


2014.04.07 | Media coverage

Engaging the public to find Neanderthal remains

Trine Kellberg Nielsen interviewed by DR about the project to get members of the Danish public go out looking for flints to determine traces of potential Neanderthal presence in Denmark.

2014.03.31 | Media coverage

Massive media coverage of DNA project

The conference 31 March presenting the first results of the genotyping of almost 800 Danish high school children received a massive media attention in the national Danish radio, television and print and online media.

2014.02.14 | Media coverage

Darwin and evolution on Danish TV2

Bioculture members Casper Andersen, Mathias Clasen & Peter C. Kjærgaard with evolution friends talk about Darwin and evolution on Danish TV2

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