The research team at GARG focuses on understanding the history of our species one discovery at the time. Our scientists are at the forefront of human evolutionary studies, geochronology and geochemical research, and continuously pioneered new analytical and experimental techniques. While human evolution has tremendous scientific resonance, the issue transcends strictly the scientific interest. The where, when and how did human evolution occur, are questions that engage people across societies. Our work answers fundamental questions about our evolution and adaptation as a species, and practically, explores crucial aspects of our ancestor’s behavioural complexity, as well as how they interacted with their environment.