Selected Audios and Videos

These may be the world’s first images of dogs—and they’re wearing leashes
Science Magazine, November 16, 2017

Wolf or dog - who is more clever?
MDR Thüringen Journal, October 12, 2017
Hallo! Hello! ¡Hola! - Why do humans speak so many languagesDeutschlandfunk Nova, 10.09.2017
Hallo! Hello! ¡Hola! - Why do humans speak so many languages
Deutschlandfunk Nova, 10.09.2017
Das Erbgut der Mumien - First genome data of  ancient Egyptians.3sat, nano, broadcast from June 14, 2017 (in German)
Das Erbgut der Mumien - First genome data of  ancient Egyptians.
3sat, nano, broadcast from June 14, 2017 (in German)

Mummy DNA: researchers read the genome of ancient Egyptians. MDR Thüringen Journal, June 4, 2017.
BBC, June 1, 2017: Surprising ancestry of the Ancient Egyptians

BBC, June 1, 2017: Surprising ancestry of the Ancient Egyptians

"Prize for Plague Researcher." Johannes Krause awarded Thuringan Research Prize 2017. April 25, 2017. [German]

Deutschlandfunk Wissen > Wissenschaft im Brennpunkt: "Religion und Zivilation - Glaube versetzt Steine". Eine Sendung von Volkart Wildermuth unter Beteiligung von Russell Gray u.a. Online abrufbar bis 04.07.2017.

Deutschlandradio Kultur > Reisen zu den Ursprüngen der Menschheit: "Zum Großteil stammen unsere Gene aus Afrika". Johannes Krause im Gespräch mit Korbinian Frenzel. Online abrufbar bis 18.02.2017.

Deutschlandfunk > Aus Kultur- und Sozialwissenschaften vom 21. Juli 2016: Wie der Mensch zum Mensch wurde. Feature von Barbara Weber zur Entwicklung des Homo sapiens sapiens mit Johannes Krause (verfügbar bis zum 27. Januar 2017)

Selected Media reports

DLCE research associate Michael Gavin writes in The Conversation about a new model that explores processes that may have shaped Australia's language diversity. July 16, 2017.   Further media coverage:  Why Are There So Many Different Languages in the World?  Newsweek, 17.07.2017  Why Do Human Beings Speak So Many Languages?  Scientific American, 17.08.2017  Why Do We Speak So Many Languages?  Radio Interview, WYPR, 15.08.2017

Why do human beings speak so many languages?

DLCE research associate Michael Gavin writes in The Conversation about a new model that explores processes that may have shaped Australia's language diversity. July 16, 2017.

Further media coverage:
Why Are There So Many Different Languages in the World?
Newsweek, 17.07.2017
Why Do Human Beings Speak So Many Languages?
Scientific American, 17.08.2017
Why Do We Speak So Many Languages?
Radio Interview, WYPR, 15.08.2017 [more]
New DNA From a Neanderthal Bone Holds Evidence of a Lost Tribe of Humans
ScienceAlert-04.07.2017
Humans May Have Bred With Neanderthals Much Earlier Than Previously Thought
Smithsonian-05.07.2017
Early humans and Neanderthals interbred much earlier than once thought
Washington Post-08.07.2017
Thüringer Forscher schreiben Menschheitsgeschichte um
Thüringer Allgemeine-04.07.2017
Die geheimnisvolle Liaison des Neandertalers
Süddeutsche.de-04.07.2017
New Thoughts on Neanderthal, Modern Human Interbreeding
Archaeology-05.07.2017
 

DNA from ancient Egyptian mummies reveals their ancestry
Washington Post-30.05.2017
Science in Action
BBC News-01.06.2017
Asal-usul Masyarakat Mesir Kuno Terungkap Berkat DNA Murni
National Geographic-02.06.2017
Erbgut ägyptischer Mumien enthüllt Verwandtschaft
SPIEGEL ONLINE-30.05.2017
Scientists thought ancient Egyptian mummies didn't have any DNA ...
Science Magazine-30.05.2017
Egyptian Mummy DNA Study Suggests Close Ties With Middle East ...
Newsweek-30.05.2017
The surprising ancestry of ancient Egyptians: First ever genome ...
Daily Mail-30.05.2017
Mummy DNA unravels ancient Egyptians' ancestry
Nature.com-30.05.2017

 
 
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