The Evolutionary Anthropology (EVA) research platform conducts innovative research into past and present human and non-human primate behaviour, ecology and morphology, thus embodying the core themes:
- Human Evolutionary Ecology (Ruth Mace, Gul Deniz Salali, Emily Emmott, Mark Dyble)
- Paleoanthropology and Comparative Anatomy (Aida Gómez-Robles, Christophe Soligo)
- Primate Socioecology and Conservation (Volker Sommer, Alecia Carter)
Our approach encompasses ethnographic studies, fieldwork on monkeys and apes as well as comparative and experimental investigations of biological form and function based on cutting edge quantitative methods in visualization and analysis.