What stories do our skeletons tell?


Published on MedED:  22 October 2020
Type of article: Summary
Sources: Science Focus
Prof. Sue Black is an anatomist and forensic anthropologist. She's worked with the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the United Nations, helping them to identify victims from only small sections of their bodies. She's worked in many interesting places such as Kosovo, Sierra Leone and Iraq. In this podcast she talks about skeletons and their stories.
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What stories do our skeletons tell?

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