Biological Anthropology Labs
Our biological anthropology laboratories are used for teaching and for both student and faculty research, exploring topics ranging from primate evolution to dental anthropology to paleopathology. In fall 2013, we have new biological anthropology lab spaces in the lower level of IES/BVM Hall.
Above: Students Abbey Stone, Chris Biersdorf, and Michelle Singapori examine our vast fossil hominin collection.
Below: Students Luke Montgomery and Aspen Sprague create three-dimensional models of tooth development.