Juan Luis Arsuaga Net Worth, Bio, Wiki

January 1, 2020

Juan Luis Arsuaga Net Worth

How rich is Juan Luis Arsuaga? For this question we spent 28 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Celebrities
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $189,2 Million.



Juan Luis Arsuaga information Birth date: 1954-01-01 Birth place: Madrid, Spain Profession:Miscellaneous Crew

Height, Weight

:How tall is Juan Luis Arsuaga – 1,73m.
How much weight is Juan Luis Arsuaga – 86kg


Juan Luis Arsuaga Net Worth
Juan Luis Arsuaga Net Worth
Juan Luis Arsuaga Net Worth
Juan Luis Arsuaga Net Worth


Juan Luis Arsuaga Ferreras (born 1954 in Madrid) obtained a master degree and a doctorate in Biological Sciences at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, where he is professor in the Paleontology Department of the Faculty of Geological Sciences.As a child he already showed a great interest in prehistory after reading Quest for Fire and visiting a dig in nearby Bilbao.Arsuaga is a visiting professor of the Department of Anthropology at the University College of London and since 1982 he has been a member of the Research Team investigating Pleistocene deposits in the Atapuerca Mountains (Province of Burgos, Spain). He has been a co-director since 1991 with Jos? Mar?a Berm?dez de Castro and Eudald Carbonell Roura of the Atapuerca Team, which was awarded the Prince of Asturias Prize for Scientific and Technical Research and the Castilla Le?n Prize for the Social Sciences and Humanities, both in 1997.The finds at Atapuerca have shed new light on the first humans in Europe. This contrasts with the secretive atmosphere surrounding the digs to near Orce, in southern Spain, which has yielded tools indicating human presence that predate the finds at Atapuerca. In 2013, Arsuaga co-authored a paper which reported the finding of the oldest human DNA ever, dating back 400,000 years. The mitochondrial DNA that stemmed from a fossil found in a cave in Sima de los Huesos had similarities to mitochondrial genomes previously found in the extinct Denisovans in Siberia.A member of the Mus?e de lHomme from Paris, of the International Association for the Study of Human Paleontology, he is vice-president of the Commission of Human Paleontology and Paleoecology of the International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA). He has been a lecturer at the universities of London, Cambridge, Zurich, Rome, Arizona, Philadelphia, Berkeley, New York, Tel Aviv, among others.He authored and/or published several scientific publications in Nature, Science, Journal of Archaeological Science, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, and Journal of Human Evolution.
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