Lunch Break Science #19 | Yohannes Haile-Selassie

Meet Leakey Foundation grantee Yohannes Haile-Selassie, one of the world’s foremost experts in paleoanthropology, and learn about his work uncovering fossils in Ethiopia in this episode of Lunch Break Science.

Lunch Break Science #20 | Jeremy DeSilva

Jeremy DeSilva discusses the origins of upright walking and Charles Darwin’s contributions to the understanding of human evolution.

Lunch Break Science ft. Ainash Childebayeva

In this rebroadcast episode of Lunch Break Science, Leakey Foundation Baldwin Fellowship Scholar Ainash Childebayeva discusses the interactions between our genes and the environment.

Lunch Break Science ft. Christopher Schmitt

In this rebroadcast episode of Lunch Break Science, Leakey Foundation Grantee Christopher Schmitt discusses the development and life histories of primates, especially vervet monkeys.

50th Episode Celebration

Take a break from your day and feed your brain with The Leakey Foundation! Lunch Break Science is The Leakey Foundation’s live-streamed web series. This series features interviews and short talks with Leakey Foundation grantees about the latest in human evolution research. Lunch Break Science is made possible by the generous support of the Ann and […]

Chimp behavior, borders, and empire

This month on Lunch Break Science primatologist Isabelle Clark explores chimpanzee territorial behavior and social development, providing exclusive insights into the captivating Ngogo chimpanzees featured in Netflix's docuseries "Chimp Empire."