UKAS is a biennial international conference which aims to bring together researchers from all areas of archaeological science. The conference attracts scientists with expertise in a wide range of analytical techniques including biomolecular and ancient DNA analysis, stable isotopes, mineralogy and metallurgy, archaeobotany, conservation and heritage science, residue analysis, geoarchaeology, and computational modelling.
Research themes covered include mobility, migration and cultural exchange, plant-animal-human relationships, material culture and technologies, climate and environment, subsistence and diet, heritage management, and the application of archaeological science in commercial archaeology.
UKAS2017 will start early afternoon on Wednesday 5 April and end around midday on Saturday 8 April 2017 at University College London.
UCL is located in central London and is a short walk from Euston, St Pancras and King’s Cross railway stations. It is also well served by local buses and the London Underground network, with Warren Street, Euston Square, Holborn, and Russell Square stations all within a 10-15 minute walk.
Presentations and poster sessions will be held in the Gustav Tuck Lecture Theatre and South Cloisters, Wilkins Building, Gower Street, WC1E 6BT.
A welcome wine reception will be held at the Grant Museum of Zoology on the evening of 5th April
The conference dinner will take place on 6th April, venue tbc.
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