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10.19.17

Grantee Spotlight: Joel Bray

Grantee Spotlight
Joel Bray was awarded a Leakey Foundation Research Grant during our spring 2017 cycle for his project entitled "Social relationships in male chimpanzees:  Form, function, and development."
10.12.17

Grantee Spotlight: Laura Abondano

Grantee Spotlight
We are excited to begin sharing the work of our spring 2017 grantees! Here we have Laura Abondano, who was awarded a Leakey Foundation Research Grant for her project entitled "Mating strategies of female lowland woolly monkeys in Amazonian Ecuador."
09.06.17

Primate Tales: Scarlet, Booker, and Jolie

Primate Tales
Rachna Reddy was awarded a Leakey Foundation research grant during our spring 2016 cycle. Here we have a short story about a few of the chimps Rachna has been following in Kibale National Park, Uganda. 
08.31.17

Origin Stories: Ancestor

Origin Stories
Just recently, the news media announced the discovery of a fossil ape called Alesi. This remarkable fossil was found in Kenya, and it’s from a time period where there’s a big blank spot in the fossil record of our family tree.
08.25.17

Origin Stories Season Two

Origin Stories, The Leakey Foundation
Origin Stories is The Leakey Foundation’s podcast about how we became human. In six new episodes, Origin Stories takes you behind the scenes of some of the most exciting new discoveries in the study of human origins and profiles scientists whose work sheds light on some of the answers to the big questions about human evolution.
08.24.17

From the Field: Matt Tocheri, Indonesia

From the Field
Matt Tocheri was awarded a Leakey Foundation Research Grant during our fall 2016 cycle for his project entitled “New archaeological excavations at Liang Bua (Flores, Indonesia)." Here he updates us on the beginning of his 2017 field season. 
08.10.17

Questions and Answers About Alesi

Behind the Science, In the News, Journal Article
Research findings on 'Alesi,' a newly discovered  13 million-year-old fossil ape species, were published this week in the journal Nature and the story has been widely carried in the press. The research team behind the Nyanzapithecus alesi discovery has collaborated to put together this list of questions and answers.