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In conjunction with the company Solpharm, The European University's paleogenomics laboratory has begun operations

Researchers from the European University at St. Petersburg, the Institute of the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the State Hermitage Museum conducted the first series of experiments on DNA isolation from historical samples in the clean rooms of the paleogenomics laboratory located at the Solopharm pharmaceutical plant.

Genomes of Koban culture bearers shed light on the ethnogenesis of the modern population of the Caucasus

European University researchers Artem Nedoluzhko and Fyodor Sharko as lead authors have published an article in the prestigious international journal European Journal of Human Genetics (Q1, impact factor: 5.2). Together with Russian colleagues, they analyzed nuclear DNA from the remains of five representatives of the Koban archaeological culture.

Employees of the Hermitage and staff from the European University at St. Petersburg discuss the discoveries of the past season

Svetlana Pankova, a researcher at the Laboratory of Paleogenomics of the European University and curator of the Department of Archaeology of Eastern Europe and Siberia of the State Hermitage Museum, spoke at the international scientific conference "Singing Arrows of Maodun": Hunnu from obscurity to empire", dedicated to the 75th anniversary of Sergey Minyaev’s birth (1948-2020).

European University scientists assess the role of hybridization in evolution

Artem Nedoluzhko, Director for Development of the Laboratory of Paleogenomics of the European University, and a group of researchers from Russian and Norwegian scientific institutions have published an article in the international journal Frontiers in Genetics (Q2, impact factor: 4.772). The work is devoted to the study of the role of intergeneric hybridization and its adaptive potential for evolution.