OsteoArchaeology Lab (OAL)
A laboratory for examining human and non-human bones to investigate human evolution, the paleobiology of past human populations, and human and animal interactions throughout time.
MICROLab is designed to investigate the “invisible record” through microscopic techniques.
A laboratory for understanding where raw materials were collected and how tools were used.
The Paleo-Environmental and Diet Laboratory provides a platform for the preparation of samples to characterize past diets, understand the evolution of organisms and their dynamics with human populations, and reconstruct past environmental changes.
At LEXA, we develop controlled scientific experiments to generate and test archaeological hypotheses.
A fully equipped multimedia center in ICArEHB to handle all outreach and scientific dissemination needs.
Where we treat archaeological sediments and soils as artifacts.
We focus on computer-based analytic methods for the study of the archaeological record and the human past
More than 200 publications are currently available from a wide range of topics on the broad themes of Pre-historic Archaeology and Human Evolution.