"Celts" up & down the Alps: Origin and Mobility patterns on both sides of the Alps during the Late ...Duration: December 2020 - December 2023Funding:
Genomic diversity of prehistoric individuals from the Iceman’s territory in the Eastern Italian AlpsDuration: September 2020 - December 2022Funding:
Iceman Conservation Project 2.0
Iceman Conservation Project 2.0 Study on the state of conservation and feasibilityDuration: December 2018 - December 2021Funding:
Illuminating the evolutionary history of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTBC)Duration: September 2018 - September 2022Funding:
Development and centralization of the laboratory infrastructures of the Institute for Mummy Studies ...Duration: December 2017 - December 2020Funding:
Inferring ancient human kinship structure and microbial evolution using paleogeneticsDuration: November 2017 - November 2020Funding:
An interdisciplinary approach to study the history of Early Medieval populations in Trentino-Alto ...Duration: February 2017 - March 2022Funding:
ME Torino Mummy Project
ME Torino Mummy Study and Conservation ProjectDuration: January 2017 - December 2022Funding:
The Application of next generation sequencing to ArchaeologyDuration: September 2013 - August 2016Funding:
Molecular analysis of the microbiome and of infectious diseases in ancient human remains - from ...Duration: December 2012 - December 2022Funding:
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Newly published study on ancient skeletal remains reveals previously unknown species of microorganisms.
The Iceman’s last meal contained a remarkably high fat content
Mummy researchers from Eurac Research have analysed the stomach contents of the glacier mummy and reveal new insights into nutrition and food preparation from 5,300 years ago.