News archive

Mon 20th Jun 2016
You may have seen us in the news recently...
Thu 2nd Jun 2016
Our latest dog domestication paper is out in Science.
Fri 1st Apr 2016
Hello Everyone!
Thu 24th Mar 2016
Registration for the upcoming 7th International Symposium on Biomolecular Archaeology (ISBA7) is
Thu 4th Feb 2016
The PalaeoBARN team has been in the international and local media a lot lately.
Thu 21st Jan 2016
It's all happening this week over at the New York Times, as far as the PalaeoBARN team is concern
Tue 19th Jan 2016
An article on our big dog project and the team is now out in the New York Times as of yesterday.
Tue 10th Nov 2015
Our group has a new review paper out about pigs through time in "The Annual Review of Animal Bios
Mon 2nd Nov 2015
Our team has another stellar piece of research work out in
Mon 7th Sep 2015
We have a new paper out in Nature Genetics about pig domestication entitled: "Evidence of long-term gene flow and selection during domestication from analyses of Eurasian wild and domestic pig genomes".
Mon 7th Sep 2015
Here Greger demonstrates how he's the man that knows more about Pearl Jam than Pearl Jam does.
Mon 24th Aug 2015
Watch Greger present to an audience at the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.
Wed 15th Jul 2015
Watch Greger present to an audience at the Palaeontology Institute and Museum, at the University of Zürich.
Wed 1st Jul 2015
Greger talks to OU today about his research and a talk he later gave called "Mutts and the Melting Pot: Gene Flow in Domestication and Human Evolution."
Thu 25th Jun 2015
Greger talks to the Santa Barbara Symposium on Human Origins II on the subject of "Bodies in Motion: Understanding the relation between Migration and Hybridization."
Fri 22nd May 2015
Watch Dr Greger Larson and Dr Ardern Hulme-Beaman discuss dog domestication in a video from Science Magazine.
Wed 6th May 2015
The information portal for the seventh International Symposium on Biomolecular Archeology (ISBA7) is now live!
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Tue 10th Mar 2015
The PalaeoBarn website is now online and accessible. We aim to keep you up to date with news, developments and research via the website and our Twitter account.
Thu 19th Feb 2015
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