This symposium will explore how Engineering and Archaeology principles could be integrated to understand how the past human activity has shaped the environment and reveal novel trends critical to developing improved conservation strategies. We invite you to join this multidisciplinary discussion that will be vital for addressing present/future biodiversity and climate crises, which represent the greatest challenges of our time.

25 March 2022, 8.30am-5.00pm GMT Online and in person (with travel support). Limited spaces available.

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Keynote

Professor Ian Haynes

Newcastle University

Engineering and the Future of the Past: perspectives from Rome transformed.

Keynote

Professor Dolores Piperno

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

The Past (and Future?) of our crop plants and their wild ancestors in changing global environments.

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