Announcing new game-changing initiative in archaeological sciences

At a joint conference, the University’s School of Archaeology and Maritime Cultures and the Technion announced the launch of a new collaboration that will bring together archaeologists and researchers from the exact sciences. As modern archaeology relies more and more on highly specialized expertise in DNA extraction, biochemical analysis and AI to investigate discoveries on a molecular level, academics say that the initiative will benefit both institutions. | READ MORE

“Our work seeks to answer questions about our history and draw interpretations, and the introduction of advanced scientific tools are improving our ability to do this. It is incredibly special to be able to combine history, humanities and scientific research, which is allowing us to interpret things in a whole new way.” – Prof. Israel Finkelstein, Director of the School of Archaeology and Maritime Cultures

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