Foraging patterns in human hunter-gatherers

New York Times

New York Times (2)

Washington Post


Exercise and the evolution of the human brain

We explored the hypothesis that human neurobiology was affected by the evolution of human aerobic activity.

New York Times

Minnesota Public Radio

 

Evolution of the runner's high

We compared endocannabinoid signaling in cursorial and non-cursorial mammals and showed that exercie-induced neurobiological rewards may be related to humans' evolutionary history as aerobic athletes.

NPR Morning Edition

New York Times

To The Best of Our Knowledge (NPR)

Scientific American

The Economist

Huffington Post

Quirks and Quarks (CBC Radio)

Wall Street Journal

Runner's World


Neandertal Running Energetics

Using a model of elastic energy storage in the Achilles tendon, we showed that Neandertals had higher energy costs of running compared to modern humans.

Nature News

Science News

Journal of Experimental Biology- Outside JEB pdf


Laetoli Footprints

Using experimentally generated footprints, we showed that Laetoli hominins walked with human-like biomechanics.

Washington Post

Wired

Scientific American


Energy costs of chimpanzee locomotion and evolution of bipedalism

We compared the energy costs of chimpanzees walking bipedally and quadrupedally and showed that human bipedalism is ~75% less expensive than walking like an ape.

USA Today

BBC

Scientific American

National Geographic