Kari Bruwelheide is a Forensic Anthropologist and Physical Anthropologist at the National Museum of Natural History. Join her in understanding what skeletons can tell you about how people lived and died. Probe into the mysteries contained in human bones. See the sophisticated technologies being used to extract information from bones, and think about what technologies might enhance the study of bones in the future. Consider what an old skeleton reveals about people and places of the past. Learn how Kari is analyzing skeletal remains in conjunction with historical records and other artifacts to recreate a picture of human life in the Colonial Chesapeake.
Watch Smithsonian Science How? live webcasts with Kari Bruwelheide, February 27 at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. EST.
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