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Who do we think we are?

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Location

Garvagh RBL Hall, Coleraine, Northern Ireland

Overview

Ancient DNA has become a vital archaeological tool, enabling genetic post-coding of discoveries of human remains and helping to rewrite the history of Europeans.

Professor Dan Bradley (Trinity College Dublin) will explain how human genetics can be used to understand the patterns and processes underlying genetic variations which exist on our island.

This event is taking place at the 2020 Northern Ireland Science Festival in partnership with Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council.

Attending this event

  • Booking is required
  • Suitable for 18+
  • Tickets are available from the Festival website

For all enquiries, please contact events@royalsociety.org.

 
Who do we think we are?

Ancient DNA has become a vital archaeological tool, enabling genetic post-coding of discoveries of human remains and helping to rewrite the history of Europeans.

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