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ALSPAC - the first 21 years conference

24 March 2012

ALSPAC celebrates its 21st birthday! There will also be an evening seminar by Professor Alice Roberts called 'Nariokotome Boy: How can a 1.5 million year old skeleton of a young boy shed light on what it means to be human?

Organised by ALSPAC (Children of the 90s)

Wednesday 18 April 2012 @Bristol, Anchor Road, Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 5DB, 9:30am

ALSPAC will celebrate its 21st birthday this year and we will be marking this major milestone with a one-day conference, which will showcase the extensive and wide-ranging research that has been carried out using the data collected from study families over the last twenty-one years. More information on the agenda, speakers and location.

There will also be an evening public seminar by Professor Alice Roberts called 'Nariokotome Boy: How can a 1.5 million year old skeleton of a young boy shed light on what it means to be human?'.

Please register for a place on the ALSPAC Registration page.  Contact Sarah Wordsworth on +44 (0)117 331 0074 or alspac-secretaries@bristol.ac.uk