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  • Re- constructing Past Populations Using Ancient Bio- molecules

Re- constructing Past Populations Using Ancient Bio- molecules

Online Symposium for the inauguration of the Steinhardt Museum Paleogenomics Laboratory

Please register in the link below

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In the past decade, ancient biomolecules research has flourished, especially in the field of Paleogenomics. Paleogenomics aims to reconstruct and analyze genomic information from ancient specimens. Advances in high-throughput sequencing technologies have revolutionized this field, lead the way to new research opportunities and generate groundbreaking insights into archaeology.

This symposium marks the opening of the new Paleogenomics Laboratory at the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History. The symposium will feature cutting-edge research in ancient biomolecules including DNA and proteins.

Program:

Gathering (on-line) 12:00
Greetings

Prof. Tamar Dayan, Chair, The Steinhardt Museum, Tel Aviv University

12:05
Prof. Yuval Gadot, Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near East Cultures, Tel Aviv University
The New Paleogenomics Laboratory

Dr. Meirav Meiri, Head of the Steinhardt Museum new Paleogenomics laboratory

12:15
Temporal Genomics as a Tool for Conservation

Prof. Tom Gilbert, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

12:25
The Changing Structure of the Prehistoric British Population during the Introduction of Agriculture

Prof. Ian Barnes, Natural History Museum, London, UK

12:55

What Is Useless and What Is Useful about Ancient Proteins

Prof. Matthew Colins, University of Copenhagen, Denmark & University of Cambridge, UK

13:25

Q & A

13:55

>> For registration click here

In the past decade, ancient biomolecules research has flourished, especially in the field of Paleogenomics. Paleogenomics aims to reconstruct and analyze genomic information from ancient specimens. Advances in high-throughput sequencing technologies have revolutionized this field, lead the way to new research opportunities and generate groundbreaking insights into archaeology.

This symposium marks the opening of the new Paleogenomics Laboratory at the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History. The symposium will feature cutting-edge research in ancient biomolecules including DNA and proteins.

Program:

Gathering (on-line) 12:00
Greetings

Prof. Tamar Dayan, Chair, The Steinhardt Museum, Tel Aviv University

12:05
Prof. Yuval Gadot, Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near East Cultures, Tel Aviv University
The New Paleogenomics Laboratory

Dr. Meirav Meiri, Head of the Steinhardt Museum new Paleogenomics laboratory

12:15
Temporal Genomics as a Tool for Conservation

Prof. Tom Gilbert, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

12:25
The Changing Structure of the Prehistoric British Population during the Introduction of Agriculture

Prof. Ian Barnes, Natural History Museum, London, UK

12:55

What Is Useless and What Is Useful about Ancient Proteins

Prof. Matthew Colins, University of Copenhagen, Denmark & University of Cambridge, UK

13:25

Q & A

13:55

>> For registration click here

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