Camilo J. Cela-Conde is Emeritus Professor of the University of the Balearic Islands, Palma de Mallorca (Spain). He founded the Laboratory of Human Systematics at the University. He has a PhD in Philosophy (University of Barcelona, Spain). Cela-Conde’s research interest focuses on diverse aspects of human evolution and systematics. He has written several books on this topic with Francisco J. Ayala. Currently, Cela-Conde’s research team works on brain correlates of beauty perception. Magnetoencephalography has made possible to obtain data on the neural correlates of beauty perception with great temporal precision. These data suggest that the brain underpinnings of aesthetics are related to evolutionary changes in human frontal and parietal areas.