Skeleton keys: unlocking the past using bones, biomarkers and bioinformatics

University of Cambridge

By utilizing new technologies we are now able to answer some of the most important questions in human history. In this course, leading experts from the field of archaeology, analytical chemistry and bioinformatics will teach you how to apply these methods to reveal the mysteries of the past. Through the analysis of human skeletons you will reconstruct the lives of individuals that lived in medieval Cambridge.

Location Cambridge, UK
Period
1 Nov 2019 - 3 Nov 2019
Levels Pre-University
Bachelor / Undergraduate
Master / Graduate
PhD
Professional
Credits None
Program fee 300 GBP
Accommodation fee 120 GBP
Extra information about the fee:
Accommodation fees
Single room: £60 per night
Double/Twin room £50 per person, per night (2 people sharing)
Application deadline 18 October 2019
Entry requirements:
All teaching is in English (unless a foreign-language course). If your first language is not English, you need to satisfy yourself that you have the required near-native command of the language to get the maximum benefit from studying with ICE.
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