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Anthropological Science

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Lecture Theatre MLT1, Bldg 303

Science Centre

38 Princes St

Auckland, 1010

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The science of people, past and present – archaeology and biological anthropology

Anthropological Science can provide you with the skills to analyse and report on the archaeological and bio-archaeological past, as well as modern human variation. Archaeologists and biological anthropologists often work in multidisciplinary teams. They use innovative scientific methods such as obsidian hydration dating and the analysis of stable isotopes in human remains. In this lecture we showcase dynamic examples of research within Anthropological Science.

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Parents and whānau are welcome to attend lectures. If there is a high demand for this lecture we will ask parents to give their seat to a student. Your cooperation is appreciated.

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Lecture Theatre MLT1, Bldg 303

Science Centre

38 Princes St

Auckland, 1010

New Zealand

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