Petr Tureček’s prime concern is cultural evolution. He now is working on computer models of systems with non-particulate inheritance, which are relevant to this field. Beside that he cooperates on several projects concerning human ethology. Amongst his many reaserch topics are such things as the evolution of female menopause and grandmothering, birth-order effects, general attractiveness and mate choice. He is pioneering new research topics; semantic pareidolia and live yurt hypothesis studied by archetypal archeology.
He is a student of doctoral programme of Theoretical and Evolutionary Biology at the Department o Philosophy and History of Science at Faculty of Science, Charles University.
Beside University-based bussiness he sings and plays guitar in Slzný Splín band, writes poetry and children’s books. He is politicaly active as a mascot of Nominalistic party.