This presentation was first published by Applied Ecology, a platform featuring “research, education and outreach videos produced and shared by the students, staff and faculty of the NC State Department of Applied Ecology.” Their Mini Seminar series “Fermentology” is a great resource for learning about ancient and modern fermentation processes. Check out their YouTube … Read more
A Dynamic 6,000-Year Genetic History of Eurasia’s Eastern Steppe Jeong, C., Wang, K., Wilkin, S., Taylor, W.T.T., Miller, B.K., Bemmann, J.H., Stahl, R., Chiovelli, C., Knolle, F., Ulziibayar, S., Khatanbaatar, D., Erdenebaatar, D., Erdenebat, U., Ochir, A., Ankhsanaa, G., Vanchigdash, C., Ochir, B., Munkhbayar, C., Tumen, D., Kovalev, A., Kradin, N., Bazarov, B.A., Miyagashev, D.A., … Read more
We are pleased to present to you our Microbes on the Move documentary! The movie has been produced during the Microbes on the Move conference, which was held in Mongolia and Kyrgyzstan in May 2019, and features interviews of the conference organizers and participants alongside visual impressions that will take the audience to two exciting … Read more
Prof. M. Erdene (Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, National University of Mongolia) received the Director’s Award of the National University of Mongolia for her co-authorship on the paper “Dairy pastoralism sustained eastern Eurasian steppe populations for 5,000 years“, which was published in Nature Ecology & Evolution earlier this year, with Dr. Shevan Wilkin as the … Read more
During last year’s “Microbes on the Move Traveling Conference” we asked participants to give short interviews and answer a few questions, including how they came to join the conference and how they benefitted from participating. See the interviews below (note that you can switch on subtitles for all non-English interviews).
One year ago, we organized the Microbes on the Move Conference in Mongolia and Kyrgyzstan. The format was new to many of us since it was a traveling conference that took place in both urban and rural areas in both countries. In any case, the outcome was overwhelming as Microbes on the Move brought together … Read more