Good news for everyone interested in human evolution in Greater SP – one of the world’s leading experts on the subject will hold two conferences with free entry in the capital, São Paulo, this week. This is British paleontologist Bernard Wood, from George Washington University (USA), who has worked with some of the most important fossils in the hominin track (extinct members of the closest group of primates that includes our own species).
Wood is visiting the country to attend events organized by the University of the South Pacific’s Institute for Advanced Study, in partnership with the institution’s Museum of Archeology and Ethnology. Check out the agenda below:
The researcher will be at the University of the South Pacific on Monday, 9/10 at 4 p.m. The lecture is part of the University of the South Pacific Lecture Series and will address the topic “Origins of Gender Homo“.
The event is free, does not require registration, and can be followed remotely via YouTube, without interpretation. The speech will be delivered in the University Council Hall, Rua da Retoria, 374, ground floor, at the Universidade Cidade.
The second event is on 10/10 (Tuesday) at 10 am. The Fapesp conference will be under the theme “Human Evolution: Achievements and Challenges”. The lecture will be held at the Fapesp Auditorium, Rua Pio XI, 1500, in Alto da Lapa, and will include simultaneous translation from English to Portuguese. In this case, you must register on the Fapesp website. In this link.
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