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James Fellows Yates 3 May 18
Reminder that the abstract submission deadline for the 8th International Symposium on Biomolecular Archaeology in Jena, Germany is 5 days away!
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Torsten Günther 27 Jun 18
Seems like the program for in Jena is online -- full of exciting talks. Looking forward to an interesting conference later this year!
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NatureEcoEvo 20 Sep 18
Nathan Wales on delicious delicious huitlacoche/corn smut caused by the fungal pathogen U. maydis. Possibly the only intentionally cultivated-for-consumption crop pathogen, it has a conveniently tiny genome, published open-access in in 2006
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Zandra Fagernäs 19 Sep 18
If you know nothing about extracting both DNA and proteins from a single sample of ancient dental calculus, come find my poster at tonight!
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Nabil-Fareed Alikhan 21 Sep 18
If youre getting started with metagenomics, please see this delightful review from quince et al 2017. NAT biotech.
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Human Evolution Uppsala 19 Sep 18
Replying to @HumanEvoUU
And now live on stage at
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Sarah Pederzani 25 Sep 18
I tracked the number of Qs asked by women and men across sessions, and looks like the genetics heavy sessions have some catching up to do and diversify. Same goes for number of female speakers. But overall no in any session I attended, so this is a good start ☺️
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Logan Kistler 18 Sep 18
Smithsonian fellowships are great pre-PhD and post-doc opportunities, and applications are open now. If anyone wants to chat about joining my new lab on a fellowship at , let's meet up! Feel free to DM or find me at the conference/pub.
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Betsy Nelson 21 Sep 18
Viviana Slon presenting genome data on a Neanderthal/Denisovan offspring
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Jessica Hendy 20 Sep 18
Liisa Loog: European human mobility was "through the roof" in the Iron Age
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Alexander M. Kim 21 Sep 18
Thanks to all organizers and participants for a fantastic – and see you all in Toulouse 2020
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LMAMR 20 Sep 18
We hope you made it to see these brilliant posters. Great job Rita and !!
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LMAMR 21 Sep 18
to Rita Austin!!! She won the ISBA Student Poster Award for her beautiful presentation of Human skeletal remains and biomolecular preservation at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. 🍾🎉🎊
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Niklas Hausmann 21 Sep 18
Had a great time presenting my poster with data from and at and got awesome suggestions for further research from the few marine archaeologists about. Thanks for hosting such a great event
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NatureEcoEvo 20 Sep 18
Here's the paper Verena Schuenemann is mentioning in her talk on syphilis in colonial Mexico in the pathogen genomics session @ … Free to read link:
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James Fellows Yates 8 May 18
Deadline has been extended to May 12th!
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Andrew Ozga 22 Sep 18
Goodbye and thank you for an amazing week
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MPI-SHH Jena 20 Sep 18
An exciting short news report on by MDR Thüringen Journal ! (Starts at 11:00) Thank you to all the MHAAM members who were here for the meetings, many of whom are also attending !
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Stephanie Marciniak 18 Sep 18
I'll miss this dog who became my shadow while I worked in Carei, and he was a very good research assistant. Now, it's time for !
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Richard Hagan 21 Sep 18
Congratulations to Rita Austin for ANOTHER best poster award at
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