A Platform for Research
Phenomics is the emerging frontier of biology. Its goals are to understand the interplay between genes, development, and environment in determining an organism’s appearance using high-dimensional data and statistical analyses. This site provides 3D scans for the purposes of broad comparative work on human dental phenomics within an evolutionary context.Learn More About Us
A Growing Database
South Africa (Bantu)
Little is known about the provenance of this collection. According to Turner (20xx) these casts were copies made by Don Morris while he visited South Africa.Explore the Collection
The Halstatt collection is a well known sample skulls from the Hallstatt Bone House (http://www.hallstattaustria.net/the-painted-skulls-of-hallstatt/). These individuals principally date to the 18th century. In total, there are 625 individuals divided among 54 distinct families represented in the collection. There is limited dental data due to missing dentition; however, the cranial data sets are robust and sufficient […]Explore the Collection
The database is an expanding effort of a number of individuals at different institutions. Current partnerships include faculty at Arizona State University and East Tennessee State University.