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Topic Authors / presenters Event name Event date
1. Hunting the Molecular Past. Pop Group 44 meeting, University of Hull, UK January, 2011
2. Present and Future of Ancient DNA. Aberdeen University, UK January, 2011
3. Extinction of the Ice Age Megafauna. University of Aberdeen, UK December, 2010
4. Hunting Molecular Past. Population Genetics Group meeting, University of Hull, UK December, 2010
5. Early Peopling of the New World and the Megafauna Extinction. DNA, Genetics, and Human Evolution, Cold Spring Harbour, USA November, 2010
6. Hunting Molecular Past. King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia November, 2010
7. Hunting Molecular Past. University of St. Andrews, Scotland November, 2010
8. Hunting the Molecular Past. Goteborg University, Sweden October, 2010
9. Sequencing of Ancient DNA 2010 International Ancient Genomic Research Conference, Shenzen, China October, 2010
10. Second-Generation Sequencing in Ancient DNA ISBA 4, September 6- 10-2010, Copenhagen. September, 2010
11. Hunting Molecular Past. Atapuerca, Spain July, 2010
12. Hunting Molecular Past. NERC Workshop on ‘Omics technology into NERC science, 19-20 May, 2010, Cardiff, UK May, 2010
13. Ancient DNA and Metagenomics. 7th Annual Conference of the Italian Society of Bioinformatics, Bari, Italy April, 2010
14. Hunting Molecular Past. Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, USA April, 2010
15. Ancient DNA and Peopling of the New World. Paleo-Indians: Origins & Issues Panel Discussion, Santa Fe, USA April, 2010
16. Hunting Molecular Past. Southwest Seminars, Santa Fe, USA April, 2010
17. 3 Recent Ancient DNA studies on Early Peopling of the New World and Mammoth Extinction. Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, University of Texas, USA April, 2010
18. Hunting the Molecular Past. Colloquium Series, Ancient Biomaterials Institute, West Chester University, Philadelphia, USA March, 2010
19. Ancient Fungi DNA. Fungi in Time, NVvM Section Mycology, Amsterdam, Netherlands November, 2009
20. Hunting the Molecular Past. Third International Barcode of Life Conference, Mexico City, Mexico November, 2009
21. The Saqqaq Genome. International Conference on Genomics (ICG-IV), Shenzhen, China November, 2009
22. Hunting the Molecular Past. First International Symposium on Ancient DNA at the National Laboratory of Genomics for Biodiversity (Langebio), Cinvestav-IPN, 24-25 Sep. 2009, Mexico September, 2009
23. Hunting the molecular past in sediments. Ancient DNA from Mitochondria to Nuclear DNA, from the Evolution of Populations to the Selection of Characters September, 2009
24. ancient DNA. CNRS Lyon, France June, 2009
25. DNA Retrieval from Fossil Remains. Basel Computational Biology Conference, Barsel June, 2009
26. 3 Recent Case Studies on the Early Peopling of the New World and the megafauna extinction International Science Conference on the Early Peopling of the Americas, Los Angeles, USA May, 2009
27. Ancient DNA Forensic Science, Linköbing, Sweden January, 2009
28. Ancient DNA. ECCB’08 European Conference in Computational Biology, Sardinia Italy September, 2008
29. Ancient DNA for reconstructing past population dynamics and ecosystems. Grandes Conférences de l’Observatoire des Sciences de l’Univers de Grenoble May, 2008
30. Ancient microbial DNA from permafrost settings. Banff Polar Microbial Conference Canada May, 2008
31. Ancient DNA from Coprolites Reveal Pre-Clovis Human Presence in North America Paleoamerican Origins Workshop, 14-16 Feb. 2008 Austin, Texas, US February, 2008
32. Ancient DNA. Penn State University USA December, 2007
33. Ancient Dirt DNA. AGU meeting, San Francisco USA December, 2007
34. Revealing the secrets of the 454 sequencing platform The Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis, Oslo University November, 2007
35. ancient DNA Tokyo Institute of Technology Japan November, 2007
36. Geologically ancient DNA –fact or artefact? Stockholm University October, 2007
37. Ancient Dirt DNA and Ancient DNA. University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Texas April, 2007
38. Ancient Dirt DNA Archaeology Meeting, Houston Texas February, 2007
39. Ancient DNA possibilities and pitfalls. Lund University, Sweden January, 2007
40. Ancient Dirt DNA Leiden University, Leiden the Netherlands November, 2006
41. Ancient DNA. Uppsala University, Sweden November, 2006
42. Ancient DNA from Native American Coprolites. The Great Basin Anthropological Association (GBAC), Las Vegas, USA October, 2006
43. Geological Ancient DNA Fact or Artefact?. Geological Society of America, Philadelphia USA October, 2006
44. Ancient DNA from Ice and Permafrost. Second International Palaeontological Congress (IPC), Beijing June, 2006
45. Long-term DNA survival and its implications for finding life on Mars and Europa. Nordic Astrobiology 2006, Origin and Distribution of Life in the Universe: A Nordic Perspective, Stockholm May, 2006
46. DNA degradation and stability. Subglacial Antarctic Lake Environments (SALE): Advanced Science and Technology Planning Grenoble, France April, 2006
47. Ancient DNA from Sediments. University College of London, UK January, 2006
48. Ancient DNA. Ancient DNA and Paleopatology, Rome January, 2006
49. DNA from Lakes and Glacial Ice AGU meeting, San Fransisco USA December, 2005
50. Ancient DNA. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT, Boston USA December, 2005
51. Geologically Ancient DNA. Astrobiology: Life in extreme conditions, Olso November, 2005
52. Ancient DNA. Danish Centre for Scientific Computing, DCSC October, 2005
53. Ancient Sedimentary DNA Max Planck Institute, Leipzig, Germany September, 2005
54. Climate reconstruction from ancient DNA preserved in fossil ice and permafrost. University of Oslo, Norway May, 2005
55. Ancient DNA from Sediments and Fossil Remains University Collage of London, UK February, 2005
56. Ancient DNA. CNRS Univ. Joseph Fourier, Grenoble Cedex, France June, 2004
57. Ancient DNA from Ice, Sediments and Fossil Remains. Centre for Diversity and Genetic Resources, University of Porto, Portugal. April, 2004
58. Progress, Pitfalls and Prospects in Ancient DNA Studies. Pittsburgh Conference Chicago, Illinois, USA March, 2004
59. Ancient DNA in Ice and Permafrost and the Exploration of Nucleic acid based Life on Mars. The Third International Conference on Mars Polar Science and Exploration, 13-17 Oct. 2003, Alberta, Canada. October, 2003
60. Ancient DNA from sediments. [NEWW/AR] Plant ancient DNA Symposium 2003, 4-6 Sep. 2003, Bordeaux, France September, 2003
61. Ancient DNA. Department of Physical Geography, Lund University 12 Sep. 2003, Lund, Sweden September, 2003
62. Ancient plant and bacteria diversity in ancient Siberian permafrost. Second Meeting in Ancient DNA – Preservation, Damage and Repair, 16-17 Nov. 2002, University of Oxford, UK. November, 2002
63. Perspectives for Ancient DNA in Ice and Permafrost. Opening of the Centre for Planetary Science, 1 Feb. 2001, Copenhagen, Denmark February, 2001
64. Ancient Bacteria DNA from Permafrost Soils. Life in Ancient Ice: A workshop, 30 Jun. - 4 Jul. 2001, Oregon, USA January, 2001
65. Retrieval of Ancient DNA from Fossil Remains. Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre (NBIC), Nijmegen, Netherlands March, 2000
66. DNA investigations of ice cores from the Southern Hemisphere. Southern ice fields seminar II, 21-26 Mar. Valdivia, Chile, 2000 March, 2000
67. Ice core genetics. Southern ice fields seminar I. Santiago, Chile, 1999 November, 1999
68. DNA in ice cores and its perspectives. International Workshop on the Martian Ice Caps, Copenhagen, Denmark January, 1999

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