New paper tittle Integrating buccal and occlusal dental microwear with isotope analyses for a complete paleodietary reconstruction of Holocene populations from Hungary in Scientific Reports Last 29th March it was published new data obtained from the MSCA ANCIENT_TEETH project in Scientific Reports journal. It was the result of a fruitful collaboration between Raquel Hernando, a researcher in Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV) and IPHES (both at Tarragona, Spain) expert in dental microwear, myself and other international collaborators while I was carrying out isotope analyses as part of the MSCA project at University College Dublin. It took a while since Raquel … Continue reading New results about the diets of people who lived on the Great Hungarian Plain.
Have you ever wondered what are the bumps you feel while passing your tongue on your teeth? Have you ever wondered why teeth have the shape they have? With these general questions we start our virtual participation at the European … Continue reading European Researchers’ Night 2020
Covid-19 has changed our lives in a way or other, and the way we do conferences aren’t an exception. This year, the EAA annual meeting ‘ moto was #Networking. I’m sure that originally researchers submitting their abstracts (including myself) thought … Continue reading 26th European Association of Archaeologist Virtual Meeting
Here there is an article about the results of the ANCIENT_TEETH project, published by CORDIS unit (EU Publication Office). https://cordis.europa.eu/result/rcn/240824_en.html ENJOY! Continue reading New press release
Last 5-8 September 2018, the PhD student Raquel Hernando from IPHES presented some of the results obtained as part of the collaboration with ANCIENT_TEETH project in the 24th EAA Congress held in Barcelona. Here there is the abstract of the … Continue reading 24th EAA 2018, Barcelona