Back in September I mentioned that there was going to be a DNA public lecture at The Royal Society. A fellow member of the Guild of One-Name Studies attended (+Debbie Kennett) and made a few notes about the events. You can read Debbie’s blog posts by clicking the links below
- Day 1 at the Royal Society’s 2013 Ancient DNA Meeting
- Day 2 at the Royal Society’s 2013 Ancient DNA Meeting
Professor Ludovic Orlando, University of Copenhagen, chaired the fourth session and delivered a lecture during session two titled “Digging out the deep evolutionary past of equids: toward really ancient genomes”.
An audio file of the lecture is available from the Royal Society by clicking the audio link below