Join our fourth episode on 2nd August at 10am BST / 9am GMT with Dr Gillian Taylor, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Sign up here to receive email reminders for this series.
What are we going to talk about in this episode?
Mass Spectrometry is a fundamental technique used across many science disciplines. Over recent years, instrumentation has helped understand organic residues in pottery, provenence of artefacts, animal faeces and much more. We will explore how mass spectrometry can help is undertand our past and how this can help link to our future.
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- 2nd August, 10am BST/9am GMT – ‘Determining mass, why it is important and why it matters?’ with Dr Gillian Taylor - 2nd August 10am BST, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
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Dr Gillian Taylor obtained a doctural degree on Bioarchaeological applications in Mass spectrometry. Her research interests mass spectrometry application and method development, currently focused on Magna – a Roman fort site in Northumberland. Gillian has published in a range of journals, including Antiquity, scientific reports and Journal of archaeological science. Gillian taylor can be contacted at email@example.com
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