Versatile wooden implements date to Neanderthals’ reign in Europe.
How could people living during the Bronze Age pull off the difficult process of making iron?
Capuchins have been observed in the wild smashing rocks together and creating razor-sharp flakes of rock just like those thought to have been used as knives by early humans.
Scientists have found what could be the bones of some of the last surviving Neanderthals in Western Europe.
Archaeologists have found the world’s oldest fish hooks in a cave on the Japanese island of Okinawa.
New techniques for identifying the tools of sacrifice sharpen our understanding of the ritual