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Connecting palaeoscientists in eastern Africa and the wider world

Since its inception, the East African Association for Palaeoanthropology and Palaeontology has brought together scholars and researchers who conduct research in palaeoanthropology, archaeology and palaeontology, creating a balanced forum for the study of human heritage in Africa.

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EAAPP’s conference sponsors are Wenner Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Palaeontological Scientific Trust, (PAST), ROCEEH Senckenberg and M and W. Hearst.

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Alemseged, Z., Njau, J., Pobiner, B. et al. Connecting palaeoscientists in eastern Africa and the wider world. Nat Ecol Evol 3, 330–331 (2019).

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