An article by director Anna Szécsényi-Nagy was published in the spring issue of the Hungarian Archeology, in which the Institute of Archeogenomics and its current research are presented.


"The Institute of Archaeogenomics (IAG; separated from the Archaeological Institute of the Research Centre for the Humanities (RCH) in March 2021. The new organisation was introduced at a mini-conference held at the Research Centre for the Humanities headquarters on the 30th November 2021. The eight presentations surveyed the research team, the methodology, and the current major research projects of the Institute. First, Antal Molnár, Deputy Director of the RCH, welcomed the new organisation in his speech, following that, Anna Szécsényi-Nagy, Director of IAG, presented the new institute’s structure and conceptions..."

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For the full article click HERE.