Topic: Anthropology MAN Lab

Research | September 22, 2020
Social science researchers offer recommendations for navigating ethical dilemmas in studying global societies.
Campus News | January 17, 2019
The UNLV anthropology student Trevor Pollom's research in nutrition took him to Africa as a tribe transitions to cultivated crops.
Researchers Dan Benyshek and Sharon Young
Campus News | November 29, 2017
Research finds that consuming encapsulated placentas has little to no effect on postpartum mood and maternal bonding; detectable changes shown in hormones.
UNLV professor Alyssa Crittenden with members of the Hadza of Tanzania.
Campus News | July 11, 2017
UNLV joint study finds that elusive sleep patterns as humans age may have evolved to ensure safety.
Alyssa Crittenden looks at computer
Campus News | March 15, 2017
Oral health of modern day African tribe transitioning from hunting and gathering to agricultural diet challenges long held presumptions about our Stone Age ancestors.
Daniel Benyshek and Sharon Young
Campus News | November 3, 2016
First clinical study of its kind finds no benefit for women who eat their placenta as a source of needed iron after giving birth.