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After ten years at the University of York, where she did her PhD and two postdocs in ancient proteins between Archaeology and Chemistry, Beatrice was awarded a position from the Italian Government under the "brain-gain/Rita Levi Montalcini" scheme. She is now a tenure-track researcher (the Italian equivalent of a lecturer) in "Research Methods for Archaeology" at the Department of Life Sciences and Systems Biology, University of Turin. She has set up a lab for molecular archaeology and palaeontology, focussing especially on palaeoproteomics. Her research and her teaching include both the natural sciences and the humanities (archaeology, anthropology and cultural heritage), and she still enjoys working closely with her York friends and colleagues!