Coyote skull being 3D scanned

The newly-established Archaeozoology Laboratory at the CU Museum of Natural History provides a scientific facility for the identification and study of ancient faunal remains, in order to better understand the world we live in today. Our laboratory focuses on the study of animal domestication and the application of emerging technologies in archaeological science, including 3D scanning/visualization/printing, biomolecular archaeology, and collagen fingerprinting. 

Check back on this page for updates about ANTH 4220/5220 (Archaeozoology), and our progress towards establishing a new facility for collagen-based taxonomic fingerprinting (ZooMS).

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