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Bruker webinar: Ear evolution in fossil mammals

Nov 27, 2020

The inner ear is a highly complex organ that evolved over aeons. Thus, it is a perfect remnant to study fossils and extant mammals including humans and their ancestors like Neandertals to gain more understanding on their evolution. In this webinar Dr. Stoessel from the Max-Plank-Institute for human history, Jena, Germany will present the use of micro- and nano-CT to make distinctions between wolves, dogs and fossil canids. Furthermore, micro- and nano-CT derived results allow differentiation of modern humans from Neandertals as well as insights about Neandertal´s hearing and vocal communication.

Dr. Alexander Stoessel, Max-Plank-Institute for human history

Thursday, December 13, 5pm CET

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