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Ukraine NEMO-ADAP Project workshop

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New research on the Middle and Upper Palaeolithic of the Middle Dniestr, Ukraine NEMO-ADAP Project Workshop

 

The workshop will take place at the Musuem of Archaeology in Kiev, (Ukraine) on 23 March and will summarise the first two year of intense field and lab research by the NEMO-ADAP Project team led by Philip Nigst, (Division of Archaeology).

New research on Neanderthal and modern human adaptations to changing environmental conditions on the Eastern European Plain will be discussed by Ukranian and international researchers.

The workshop is funded by a EC FP7 Marie Curie Career Integration Grant.

More information on the workshop: http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/research/projects/nemo-adap/copy_of_middle-dniestr-valley-survey-project

More information on the NEMO-ADAP project:

http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/research/projects/nemo-adap

 

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