Presentation at Bioinformatics Journal Club at CU

Recently, experts from various research fields made an interdisciplinary
collaboration on well-preserved cultural or human remains discovered in fifteenth- to
nineteenth-century Joseon tombs of Korea. The academic information acquired under
the interdisciplinary collaboration was significant to researchers in Korea because it is
entirely original and not to be commonly found in any library resource for historians.
This report is the first of full, detailed descriptions about the research on Joseon tomb,
by which the vivid glimpse of Joseon people’s lives could be reconstructed, based on
the clear archaeological, historical and biological evidences.


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