Author: Inês Santos (page 1 of 16)

“Enslaved life histories”

Paid internship and isotope lab training – 5 lab internships for students (from a Portuguese university)
University of Coimbra – June 27th and July 8th 2022
 
Students interested can apply (in English) via email (applicationsLifeHistory@gmail.com) with a CV and a short personal letter of motivation.
Deadline: May 31st 2022

High School students visit the laboratory

The Department of Life Sciences received, on the 20th of May, a visit from 73 students and 6 professors from Escola Básica e Secundária de Anadia.

The visit passed through the Laboratory of Forensic Anthropology where the students were welcomed by Inês Santos and Beatriz Silva (both PhD students) and learned about Forensic Anthropology and the research produced at the lab!

Progress on the 3d acquisition protocol – Bakeng se Afrika

Today was zoom day!
And a day to put all we have been researching and learning down on paper… until now.
Follow us to keep up with our progress on the 3d acquisition protocol for #bakengseafrika and all of our other work at the lab!
You can also visit our website lfa.uc.pt and check all the available material and the Bakeng se Afrika section (lfa.uc.pt/projects/)
 

Students testimonies

💀📚 The Laboratory of Forensic Anthropology often welcomes students and researchers from various countries, whether for participation in extracurricular internships or developing investigations.

 

📌 More information on internships or our research policies can be found at lfa.uc.pt
Some of these participants left the testimony of their experiences at the Forensic Anthropology Laboratory: https://www.uc.pt/fctuc/dcv/mestrados/#testemunhos

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