Laboratory for Bioarchaeology - Services and Applied Projects


Laboratory for Bioarchaeology is fully equipped for macroscopic analyses of human and animal remains. Laboratory staff members have performed anthropological and archaeozoological analyses for a great number of local and foreign scientific institutions (Office of the Republic Protection of Cultural Monuments in Belgrade, Institute for Protection of Cultural Monuments, Museum of Vojvodina, National Museum in Belgrade, National Museum of Kikinda, National Museum of Čačak, National Museum of Zrenjanin, Museum of Republic of Srpska, Banja Luka, The National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Regional Institute for Heritage Preservation of Kotor, Montenegro, The Regional Museum of Herceg-Novi, etc).

Laboratory staff members are happy to take part and initiate projects related to the wider community, as they believe that science can greatly contribute to the development of society. For example, they have initiated the project The Kikinda mammoth (, as well as various minor projects in which archaeology is utilised as a tool in developing scientific literacy among students.