Second International Symposium on Biomolecular Archaeology
ISBA2, Stockholm, Sweden, 7–9 September 2006.
The Second International Symposium on Biomolecular Archaeology took place in Stockholm, Sweden, September 7-9, 2006. The general aim of the symposium was to stimulate research in the subject area and to encourage the exchange of information between researchers in different disciplines.
Focus of the symposium was the application of biomolecular techniques to archaeological questions, this ideally in combination with “traditional” archaeological research methods.
The symposium was hosted by the Archaeological Research Laboratory at Stockholm University, and the organizing commmittee consisted of:
Prof. Kerstin Lidén
Dr Gunilla Eriksson
Dr Lena Holmquist Olausson
Dr Sven Isaksson
The symposium was sponsored by:
- Swedish Research Council
- Wenner-Gren Foundations
- Henrik Granholm Foundation
- Strömma Turism & Sjöfart AB
The first International symposium on biomolecular archaeology was organised by Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in the Netherlands 2004 (see ISBA1)
The third International symposium on biomolecular archaeology was organised by University of York in the UK 2008 (see ISBA3)
The Fourth International symposium on biomolecular archaeology was organised by the Natural History Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen 2010 (see ISBA4)
The Fifth International symposium on biomolecular archaeology will take place in Beijing 15-18 August 2012 (see ISBA5)
Detailed schedule (107 Kb)
Abstracts (419 Kb)
December 19, 2011
Page editor: Christina Larsson
Source: Organizing committee