Emmanuelle is getting ready to present her results to the NeoMilk team (photo courtesy of Emily).
Alan Outram and Emily Johnson organised a great meeting for the NeoMilk team last week at the University of Exeter.
The meeting, initially proposed as a ‘Team Bone’ meeting by zooarchaeologist Roz Gillis, quickly snowballed and became one of the most complete whole-team meetings of the project, with a total of 15 team members in attendance.
The delegates came from all over Europe, from the Universities of Exeter, Bristol, UCL and Poznan, and from the CNRS-Muséum Nationale d’Histoire Naturelle in Paris. The meeting was a great chance to see how various parts of our multi-facetted project were progressing, with 10 of the 15 delegates presenting data.
In all, the day was a great success, ending with a delightful project meal and a drink with the skeleton in the Wells House Tavern.