I am from the Forensic Science Laboratory, Patna. It was a very informative session. My knowledge from this area got cleared after attending the expert talk. Thank you organizers. Looking forward to the upcoming events.
For ages, human bones and teeth have proved to be an invaluable source of information for scientists and forensic history experts. Skeletal remains, when studied thoroughly, provide insights about the deceased's age, health, and gender.
Dental bioarchaeology, which deals with the study of human teeth recovered from archaeological sites in combination with other evidence, provides information that helps relate to a specific individual. We all know that when the human body decomposes, only teeth and bones remain. Ancient dental remains can reveal a lot about a person, like health, diet intake, age, ancestral background, etc.
In this Dental Bioarchaeology webinar, we will dive deep into archaeological dental analysis, bioarchaeological discoveries, and prehistoric dental research.