Ancient Proteins at Dmanisi: Dr. Reid Ferring in the News | Department of Geography and the Environment

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November 24, 2019

Ancient Proteins at Dmanisi: Dr. Reid Ferring in the News

Learn about archaeological, paleoanthropological, and paleontological discoveries at Dmanisi in the research area of paleoproteomics published in the journal Nature here. Dr. Reid Ferring is part of an international, interdisciplinary team of scientists that recently extracted and analyzed ancient proteins from fossilized teeth of an extinct species of rhinoceros. The research has important implications for study of past environments and ancient human evolution. Read more about the research here.