Homo antecessor discoverer in Cuba
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- 11 / 27 / 2006
Spanish anthropologist Eudald Carbonell Roura, one of the Homo Antecessor discoverers, is visiting Cuba on Monday to exchange with the island colleagues and foster bilateral collaboration.
Invited by the Havana University s Anthropology Department, Carbonell Roura is due to give a magisterial lecture entitled "New Paradigms in Human Evolution" at the Biology Faculty of this institution, to analyze impact of human evolution discoveries.
Firstly collaborator and later co-director of the Sierra Atapuerca project, Eudald Carbonell has had the opportunity to participate in the most important human fossils discoveries in the history of Spanish science.
In 1997, he received the "Principe de Asturias" award for his scientific and technical research.
Source: Prensa Latina