Berdugo, S. 2023. How similar are we to chimpanzees? Presentation to year 6 students in Worcestershire.

Berdugo, S. 2023. Becoming Human. Workshop part of The Wadham Project at Chalk Hills Academy, Luton.

Carvalho, S., Almeida-Warren, K., Lonsdorf, E., Sanz, C. 2023. Tool Use behaviours of our closest relatives. Virtual Discussion Panel at Stony Brooks University.


Berdugo, S. 2023. Young seabird couples get ‘divorced’ with little immediate benefit. New Scientist.


Berdugo, S. 2023. Waving goodbye: "Leave-taking" isn't unique to humans. The Oxford Scientist, TT2023, p.20.

Freyman, E. 2023. Cover illustration. The Oxford Scientist, TT2023.

Mathe, J. 2023. Neo-taphonomy: From modern bones to the fossil record in Africa. The Oxford Scientist.

Media coverage of 'Bobe, R., Aldeias, V., Alemseged, Z., Anemone, R.L., Archer, W., Aumaître, G., Bamford, M.K., Biro, D., Bourlès, D.L., Doyle Boyd, M., Braun, D.R., Capelli, C., d’Oliveira Coelho, J., Habermann, J.M., Head, J.J., Keddadouche, K., Kupczik, K., Lebatard, A.-E., Lüdecke, T., Macôa, A., Martínez, F.I., Mathe, J., Mendes, C., Paulo, L.M., Pinto, M., Presnyakova, D., Püschel, T.A., Regala, F.T., Sier, M., Ferreira da Silva, M.J., Stalmans, M., Carvalho, S., 2023. The first Miocene fossils from coastal woodlands in the southern East African Rift. iScience 26, 107644. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.isci.2023.107644':

Berdugo, S. (Hilary Term 2022). AI Fossil Hunters. The Oxford Scientist. Page 19.

Berdugo, S. (2022, April 15th). For Queen and Colony: How ants stop disease outbreaks. The Oxford Scientisthttps://oxsci.org/for-queen-and-colony-how-ants-stop-disease-outbreaks/ 

Berdugo, S. (2022, March 5th). The North-South Divide Exists in Paper Wasps Too. The Oxford Scientisthttps://oxsci.org/the-north-south-divide-exists-in-paper-wasps-too-2/ 

Berdugo, S. (2022). Writer of the evolutionary content for Oxplore's Big Question "Are humans more important than other animals?", under the broad theme of "How do other animals help us learn about ourselves?": https://oxplore.org/question-detail/are-humans-more-important-than-other-animals#3242

Berdugo, S. "Skype a Scientist". (2022).

Freymann, E. Chimpanzee Self-Medicative Anecdote Database (CSMAD), creation of an open-access database containing a collection of unusual feeding and self-medicative anecdotes from across chimpanzee field sites. Launched 19 January 2022.

Kountourides, G. COVID vaccines are linked to heavier periods for many – new findings from large study. The Conversation (2022).

Kountourides, G. How the pandemic has affected periods. The Conversation (2022).

Kountourides, G. Talk: Biosocial perspectives on the pre-menstrual experience. Youtube, presentation online for "radical anthropology" (2022).

Media coverage of 'Carvalho, S., Wessling, E., Abwe, E. E., Almeida-Warren, K., Arandjelovic, M., Boesch, C., Danquah, E., Diallo, M.S., Hobaiter, C., Hockings, K., Humle, T., Ikemeh, R.A., Kalan, A.K., Luncz, L., Ohashi, G., Pascual-Garrido, A., Piel, A., Samuni, L., Sanz, C., Koops, K. 2022. Using non-human culture in conservation requires careful and concerted action. Conservation Letters, e12860https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12860':

Media coverage about the work of Freymann, E. at the University of Neubrandenburg:

Field Short Docs (media and educational videos created by members of the Primate Models for Behavioural Evolution Lab):

Media coverage of 'Bain, M., Nagrani, A., Schofield, D.Berdugo, S., Bessa, J., Owen, J., Hockings, K.J., Matsuzawa, T., Hayashi, M., Biro, D., Carvalho, S., Zisserman, A., 2021. Automated audiovisual behavior recognition in wild primates. Science Advances, 7(46), eabi4883. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.abi4883':

Beardmore-Herd, M. (2021). The Paleo-Primate Project Gorongosa. The Chronicle 2020-21, St Hugh's College publication, pp. 12-14.

Berdugo, S. (2021). Academic Content Contributor and Reviewer for Oxplore, contributing to the question "Can we ever have nothing?".

Berdugo, S. Is animal learning the key to conservation? Research spotlight animated video for the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography and OxCo video showcase, 23 September 2021.

Berdugo, S. "Skype a Scientist". March and April 2021.

Carvalho, S. Interviewed by the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History on "The Past, Present and Future of the Human Niche", broadcast 10 March 2021.

d'Oliveira Coelho, J. (2021). Big Data and Machine Learning. GEEvH Live Instagram Series, Grupo de Estudos em Evolução Humana, 15 April 2021.

Field Short Docs (media and educational videos created by members of the Primate Models for Behavioural Evolution Lab):

Higham, T. & Carvalho, S. (2021). Prof Tom Higham & Dr Susana Carvalho in conversation: The World Before Us. The School of Archaeology Trinity Term 2021 Public Lecture, University of Oxford, 29 April 2021.

Primate Conversations virtual seminar organised by Berdugo, S., Bobe, R.Carvalho, S.Freymann, E., Mielke, A., Pascual-Garrido, A.Phillips, C.  Science Writing for the Public: Q&A with Kate Wong. Primate Conversations Trinity Term 2021, Primate Models for Behavioural Evolution Lab, 11 May 2021.

White, A. & Bobe, R. Uncovering hidden secrets in the East African rift. Elsevier Connect interview with Dr René Bobe, 19 October 2021.

Almeida-Warren, K. [Associate producer to] Mam, K. & Kormos, R. (2020) Cries of Our Ancestors. Documentary premiered at the DC Environmental Film Festival. March 12-22, 2020. https://dceff.org/film/cries-of-our-ancestors/

Berdugo, S. "Skype a Scientist". December 2020.

Carvalho, S. featured as a special guest on the BBC Radio 4 show 'Start the Week' in an epiosde on 'Human ingenuity and shared inheritance', broadcast 30th November 2020.

Carvalho, S. featured in WIRED (long reads) - The wild experiment to bring apex predators back from the brink.

Carvalho, S. & Bobe, R. and the Paleo-Primate Project Gorongosa featured in Wong, K. 2020. How Scientists Discovered the Staggering Complexity of Human Evolution. Scientific American. 323(3). https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-scientists-discovered-the-staggering-complexity-of-human-evolution/.

Carvalho, S.Pascual-Garrido, A., Hockings, K., Bersacola, E. "World Chimpanzee Day Q&A - Ask a Scientist". YouTube Live Stream, 17th July 2020. With coverage by:

Hockings, K., Carvalho, S., Bersacola, E., Mielke, A., Ramon, M., Phillips, C., Bessa, J., Pascual-Garrido, A., McLennan, M., Almeida-Warren, K., Coelho, J., Howard-Spink, E., Goodhead, C. "World Chimpanzee Day - 14 July 2020". YouTube playlist, uploaded 14th July 2020. With coverage by:

Mielke, A. featured in https://www.dasgehirn.info/denken/tiergedanken/schlau-schlauer-schimpanse

Lewis-Bevan, L.

  1. “Decision Making on the Gorongosa Floodplain: What Baboons Can Tell Us”. Oxfordshire Mammal Society Monthly Presentation, Oxford Museum of Natural History, January 2020.
  2. “#FieldworkFail or #FieldworkFun?”. Wadham Outreach Day, Oxford Department of Zoology, March 2020.
  3. "Skype a Scientist”, multiple sessions, some including presentations.
  4. “Journey to a PhD”, online presentation, April 2020.
  5. “Desi Goes to the River”, online story & discussion, April 2020.

Püschel, T. A.:  News about this article: Marcé-Nogué, J., Püschel, T. A., Daasch, A., and Kaiser, T. M. (2020). Broad-scale morpho-functional traits of the mandible suggest no hard food adaptation in the hominin lineage. Sci Rep 10, 1–11. doi:10.1038/s41598-020-63739-5.

[in Spanish]

·         https://www.agenciasinc.es/Noticias/Que-comian-los-primeros-hominidos

·         https://www.lasexta.com/tecnologia-tecnoxplora/sinc/que-comian-primeros-hominidos_202004225ea064264cbdf60001590a78.html

·         http://www.madrimasd.org/notiweb/noticias/que-comian-los-primeros-hominidos

Püschel, T. A. Una breve introducción a la paleontologia humana. Ñuble and Biobio Lyceum Talk, Acción Conciencia, 11th June 2020.