News – BABAO Conference 2016

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The School of Anthropology and Conservation are proud to be hosting the 16th Annual Conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology (BABAO).
Formed in 1998, BABAO promotes the study of biological (or physical) anthropology for the purpose of understanding the physical development the human species from the past to the present. The British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology provides a forum for discussion and intellectual exchange for professionals and students in all areas of biological anthropology.
The BABAO conference, taking place 9th-11th September 2016, will be organised by Drs Chris Deter, Geraldine Fahy, Sarah Johns, Alastair Key, Tracy Kivell, Patrick Mahoney, Nicholas Newton-Fisher, Matt Skinner and Brandon Wheeler and seeks to act as an advocate to encourage discussion of new research discoveries.
The conference website is now live with conference registration and abstract submission opening on March 1st 2016.
The BABAO Conference Organisers are pleased to announce that they will be able to provide up to five conference bursaries for delegates attending the BABAO 2016 meeting at the University of Kent. Application guidance can be found through the conference website.

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BABAO conference 2016

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