Award-winning scientist Katie Hinde discusses the importance of cooperation, community, and storytelling for sharing science sustainably.
October 20, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Human evolutionary biologist Irene Gallego Romero discusses the presence of Denisovan DNA in present-day Papuans. She also examines the positioning of Indonesia in the global human genetics landscape. This lecture is part of The Leakey Foundation’s Speaker Series on Human Origins.
The Leakey Foundation’s Speaker Series on Human Origins is a distinguised lecture series. This program has been a key element of the organization’s mission since 1968.
This lecture is made possible by the generous support of Ann and Gordon Getty and Camilla and George Smith.
The Leakey Foundation is a non-profit that supports human evolution research and shares discoveries in programs like the Speaker Series on Human Origins. Based in San Francisco, California, The Leakey Foundation is the only U.S. funding organization wholly committed to human origins research and education throughout the world, awarding over one million dollars annually in field and laboratory grants for vital new research and long-term projects.
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