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Twitter Account of the Beasts to Craft Advanced ERC project
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Eyob Derillo Jun 6
My article on the Maqdala loot and the exhibition of the manuscripts in is online. These discussions matter now more than ever.
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CambridgeArchaeology Apr 3
We brought together children from & to learn about ancient . Have a budding archaeologist at home? Check out the full video and our ancient Egypt activities ⬇️ 🎥 📚
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Dr Sarah Fiddyment Mar 19
Check out our most recent paper from How to Get Your Goat: Automated Identification of Species from MALDI-ToF Spectra
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Joshua Calhoun Jan 27
My book, The Nature of the Page, is now officially in the world. Thx to for the chance to reflect on why the ecology of old paper matters now & to for encouraging me to do so.
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ercb2c Nov 25
New post in Cambridge with (amongst others) the B2C team Biomolecular Research Laboratory Technician (Part Time)
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Richard Thomas Nov 8
My professorial inaugural will be on 9th December. All welcome. Booking at
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Tuuli Kasso Oct 19
Please zoom in for the picture! 🔎😱 Élodie Léveque about her research on skins in - seals seem to have been an oddity of some kind...
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Tuuli Kasso Oct 17
100% fake picture, since the poster session was packed! But nice to wrap up my research on the via this poster!
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Tuuli Kasso Oct 17
’s own Annelise Binois-Roman on interdisciplinary diagnosis of past diseases in ! 🐑🦠
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Tuuli Kasso Oct 19
Kicking off the Paris workshop on of with and Matthew Teasdale! All about 🐐🐑🦙🧬 today!
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Prof Susan Oosthuizen Oct 3
New technique using high-energy x-rays and artificial intelligence may be able to read 1800 scrolls - the only known intact library from antiquity - carbonised in a Pompeii villa when Mt Vesuvius erupted in AD79
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ercb2c Sep 20
Interested in the genetics of medieval cow, sheep or goat? Join us in Paris on 19th October, after ICAZ APGM working group
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ercb2c Sep 20
Chance to join the team as a PhD student
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Tuuli Kasso Aug 23
The 3rd and final call for the TALENT PhD student programme is currently open and dd October 1st! Come and join us 🇩🇰🇪🇺 More info:
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Rasmus Nielsen Aug 8
Postdoc opportunity at University of Copenhagen to work on methods development and analyses of ancient DNA. Come join us!
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ercb2c Aug 15
members and Matthew Teasdale have written a blog post about the exciting new area of . Check it out here:
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ercb2c 23 Jul 19
Here's Jiri Vnoucek, part of the team, making parchment using traditional methods in Iceland!
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Kevin Daly 11 Jul 19
Huge amount of work put in by @pmd_geneticsy and many others looking into the genomics of >10 millennia of cattle herds. Climate-linked turnover in the Bronze Age is fascinating+v relevant!
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Dr Sarah Fiddyment 4 Jul 19
Our final talk is by Jiri Vnoucek talking about the visual analysis of parchment and how it ties in with biomolecular analysis ⁦
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Dr Sarah Fiddyment 4 Jul 19
Our next talk is by Carla Soto ⁦⁩ talking about biomolecular methods used to inform about parchment craft and production ⁦
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