Ancient Mysteries - Lost Frontiers in the mysterious world of palaeogenomics

15 DEC 2017 | BY ADMIN LITTLE STOKE

“ Contrary to what many people think, it’s not all about recreating Jurassic Park!”, so said one of the opening speakers at the session Palaeogenomics and Ancient DNA at the SEB 2017 Annual Meeting in Gothenburg.

Dr Rosie Ware, Lost Frontier’s researcher at Warwick, is making the case for archaeogenomics and the North Sea in Sweden and also in the Society for Experimental Biology’s “SEB” magazine. So book your tickets now – or follow the link to find out all about this at –
https://www.sebiology.org/publications/magazine/article/autumn-2017/ancient-mysteries-the-world-of-palaeogenomics



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gothenburg