Cheryl Jones

Cheryl Jones is a science writer and co-author of “The Bone Readers: atoms, genes and the politics of Australia’s deep past”, published by Allen & Unwin.

Cheryl Jones is a science writer and co-author of The Bone Readers: atoms, genes and the politics of Australia’s deep past, published by Allen & Unwin.

  • Climate killed thylacine on mainland Australia

    Tasmanian tiger fell victim to climate variability.

    Climate variability, not the dingo or Aboriginal impacts, is probably the main cause of the extinction of the Tasmani...

    September 27, 2017
  • First Australians arrived 65,000 years ago

    Archaeological dig stirs debate over human origins.

    A new study pushing the date of Aboriginal arrival in Australia back to about 65,000 years ago will fuel the debate o...

    July 19, 2017

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