2017 News Coverage

2017 Media Coverage


The bone wars
Science Friction (ABC: Australia)
Kimbel interviewed along with Lee Berger, Elen Feuerriegel, and Darren Curnow

Kaye Reed Scholarship Endowment

Women are underrepresented globally in science

The Institute of Human Origins (IHO) has long supported an increased opportunity for women in paleoanthropology, so we are delighted to announce a new endowment that will advance and inspire young women’s participation in science.

The Kaye Reed Scholarship Endowment will support undergraduate and graduate student research and contribute to a shift towards the gender equity needed in the research community.

Print Newsletter Archive

The Institute of Human Origins produced a printed newsletter from 1980 to 2009 with research, news, and schedule of upcoming events and trips.View the past archive of IHO newsletters below.

Research Projects

Start on the main research page to see an overview of our strategies and focus areas, or start here to explore our past and current projects.

Geoinformatics-based data integration for the study of pliocene fossil-bearing strata of the Hadar Basin

IHO is pioneering a cyberinfrastructure of field data, computer hardware and software, and GIS visualization technology to modernize field-data collection and scientific hypothesis-testing at fossil- and artifact-bearing sites. Collaboration with ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration.