First Retreat of the CRC 1182, November 16th & 17th in Schleswig

The CRC 1182 had its first retreat on November 16th and 17th, 2016 at Hotel Waldschlösschen in Schleswig.

The main purpose of the retreat was to discuss the progress of the individual projects, to work on commonalities in concepts and approaches, and to foster overarching research topics and interactions within the Collaborative Research Centre.

As guest of honor, Hendrik Poinar, Professor and Canada Research chair in Paleogenetics, participated in the CRC 1182 retreat and present his view on “Host Microbe Interactions in Ancient Times”. Additionally, the members of the CRC 1182 participated in a guided tour of “The Nydam Boat” exhibition in Schloss Gottorf.