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The symposium aims to highlight recent advances in biomolecular archaeology and to provide an international forum to present and discuss research results. This year's symposium is being hosted by the Center for GeoGenetics of the University of Copenhagen and will be held at the Geocenter in central Copenhagen. Judging by the three previous meetings in Amsterdam, Stockholm, and York, we anticipate a wide range of interesting podium and poster presentations on all aspects of research in biomolecular archaeology, including proteomics, ancient DNA and stable isotope analysis. In addition, we are pleased to announce several key-note speakers, including Anne Pedersen from the National Museum of Denmark, Eske Willerslev from the Centre for GeoGenetics, Mark Thomas from the Uiversity College London, and T. Douglas Price from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.