On December 8 (Sat), I joined in an international symposium held at National Museum of Ethnology. This symposium was a collaboration one from studies in ethnology and biomolecular archaeology, and researchers from Germany and UK presented their current new research results.
The number of attendees were 72 people, and many questions and discussions were conducted actively.
One of my interests are in human health impacts and nutritious changes after started the milk use, and these speakers suggested me lots of results in biomolecular archaeology.
Thank you a lot to all of organisers, my junior students of the Graduate University for Advanced Studies, and speakers.