Antoine Balzeau is a researcher at the CNRS and at the National Museum of Natural History in Paris. He studies the evolution of human morphology in prehistoric man, and is particularly interested in the internal characteristics of fossils, especially the form of the skull and the cerebellum. He is a co-developer of the technical platform AST-RX (Accès Scientifique à la Tomographie à Rayons X) of MNHN (UMS 2700 OMSI), which offers imaging services for the natural sciences, and collaborates with the Royal Museum of Central Africa in Tervuren, Belgium and editor in chief of Bulletins et Mémoires of the Anthropological Society of Paris.


  • Skulls That Speak

    On language and the human skull.

    ( Anthropology / Experiment Review / Volume 3, Issue 1 )