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About Us

The Cambridge University Biological Anthropology Society (CUBAS) is an independent, student-led society founded during the 2021/2022 academic year by students studying biological anthropology within the Department of Archaeology at the University of Cambridge. Our goal is to bring together students and researchers in different disciplines, from around the world, to foster a collaborative environment, as well as to make our science more accessible to anyone interested in learning more. Anyone is welcome to join!

EFFS Lent 2023 Term Card
Isaiah Odhiambo Nengo
Lomekwian tool
Homo naledi
KNM-NP 59050: Nyanzapithecus alesi
The Taung Child
Stw 573: "Little Foot," Australopithecus sp.
The first fossil chimpanzee
KNM-SO 22736: Limnopithecus evansi
TM 266-01-060-1: "Toumai,"Sahelanthropus tchadensis
Nsungwepithecus and Rukwapithecus
Richard Leakey

Upcoming Events

Seminar with the Turkana Miocene Project
Drivers of mammalian evolution in the Miocene of eastern Africa
07 Feb, 17:30 GMT
Endless Forms Seminar Series

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