Post Congress News
- The number of registrations (235 from 34 countries) and abstract submissions (97) for the 7th Y chromosome / 4th EMPOP workshop at 22.-24.April 2010 in Berlin reached an all-time high (Program and Abstracts). Sadly, the Eyjafjalla eruption stopped the flights of 90 guests from overseas, UK and some other European countries. Portraying human populations (with polymorphisms of Y, mt, X and autosomes), developing mathematical models for population dynamics and using this knowledge for applied sciences (as forensic genetics) is the perennial focus of this international gathering. The special workshop issue (published by Forensic Science International: Genetics) will present a selection of the 25-30 most interesting papers. The next workshop will take place 2012 in Porto (Portugal).
Posted 3 years and 20 days ago by Lutz Roewer (Last modified 3 years and 20 days ago)