3 - 14 July 2017
This workshop timed to coincide with SEB’s Annual Meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden 3 – 6 July 2017 will provide students with a broad but detailed introduction to different 'omics' applications in archaeology.
The focus is particularly on the organic remains of humans and animals. The course consists of 5 modules covering various applications, including stable isotope analysis, proteomics, and palaeogenomics.
The first week's modules do not need to be taken by students planning to attend the SEB conference in Gothenburg (3-6 July).
Link to the University of Copenhagen Website with details of how to apply