This week at the UK Archaeological Science Conference (UKAS) held in Aberdeen, UK, AMGC researchers: Carina Gerritzen, Ellie Stamataki and Dr. Hannah James all 3 received an award for their poster presentation.
Congratulations to these three fantastic researchers - We are so fortunate to have such great PhD students and post-docs working with us at AMGC.
Carina poster title: Unlocking the full potential of Sr isotopes (87Sr/86Sr; ∂88Sr) in bioarchaeology
Ellie poster title: Cremated bones reveal secrets: Investigating the differences in cremation conditions between the Metal Ages and the Roman period in Belgium using FTIR-ATR and carbon and oxygen isotope analyses
Hannah poster title: Strontium in Portugal: merging datasets to create a robust strontium baseline
See Hannah celebration video on Twitter