Darren Curnoe of the University of New South Wales is on his three-week excavation of the Niah Caves in Sarawak and he will be tweeting and broadcasting his experiences on Facebook Live. You can follow his progress here:
Darren Curnoe – Anthropologist. 80 likes. Biological anthropologist and archaeologist with an insatiable curiosity about the kind of creature we are and how we came to be this way.
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Human evolution specialist Darren Curnoe writes about the latest in the Homo florensiensis debate and what it may mean for paleoanthropology.
Saga of ‘the Hobbit’ highlights a science in crisis
The Conversation, 11 February 2013
Two researchers from Australia were recently at the Sarawak Museum to give talks about the the rock art and human evolution in Southeast Asia. (Note: Paul Taçon is one of my supervisors)
Museum holds talk on human evolution, ancient art
Borneo Post, 09 November 2012