Our explosive past: how humans survived catastrophe
Saturday 8 June 2013,
Clore Centre for Education
Phone +44 (0)20 7323 8181
Ticket Desk in Great Court
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Come and meet the scientists engaged in piecing together our fascinating prehistory in a day of short talks, films and other displays.
During the past 100,000 years, Neanderthals and then modern humans survived a series of abrupt changes in climate and occasional massive volcanic eruptions in Europe.
Did adverse conditions eventually lead to Neanderthal extinction, and how did modern humans survive?
The day’s programme will include short talks, films, other displays and opportunities to meet the scientists, including Alice Roberts and Clive Oppenheimer.
Includes tea/coffee and lunch.
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Background - courtesy of Dr. A. Hoskuldsson, University of Iceland. Foreground - courtesy of University of Birmingham.