Like many who are conducting a one name study I have turned my attention, somewhat tentatively to the complex subject of DNA.
This morning I was interested to see that there is a DNA public lecture at the Royal Society scheduled for November. As I was glancing down the program I was surprised, delighted and intrigued to see the following which I have copied directly from the Royal Society site
Professor Ludovic Orlando, University of Copenhagen, who is delivering a lecture during session two titled "Digging out the deep evolutionary past of equids: toward really ancient genomes". He is also chairing the fourth session.
From the website of the Royal Society it looks like recorded audio of the presentations will be available after the lectures via visiting the website. I am looking forward to hearing Professor Orlando and delighted that events such as this exist.