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Human Evolutionary Studies @ Cambridge

What we do?

The focus of research in LCHES is the integration of biological, anthropological and archaeological approaches to the study of human evolution and human diversity. It grew out of the work of the King's College Research Centre project on the the Evolution of Human Diversity.   [read more]

  Who we are...

The Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies was established in 2000 to promote the research in human evolution and diversity. Funding has come from the Leverhulme Trust, the Wellcome Trust, the American Friends of the University of Cambridge and the University of Cambridge.   [read more]

  About us

The Centre also houses the Duckworth Laboratory, which is one of the major human biological collections in the world, and is available for application to study from scientists around the world.  



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