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Conserving Captain Scott's legacy

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Institute alumna, Gretel Evans

Institute alumna Gretel Evans is now working in Antarctica with the Antarctic Heritage Trust, conserving material left by the early historic Antarctic explorers.

IAMS relaunched

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IAMS website relaunched

The Institute for Archaeo-Metallurgical Studies (IAMS), which initiates and promotes research on mining and metallurgy and its culture-historical significance, has recently relaunched itself with a new website.

Institute students on a 'tropical extravaganza'

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'Tropical Extravaganza' at the Princess of Wales Conservatory, Kew

Institute students from the Conservation Management course recently undertook a research visit to the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew.

75th Anniversary Exhibition and Performance Event

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Institute of Archaeology 75th anniversary in 2012

Details of a dedicated 75th Anniversary Exhibition created by Institute Masters students and an associated performance event are now available.

Who Stole My Milk? Exploring Student Homes in London

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'Who Stole My Milk? Exploring Student Homes in London' project logo

In the lead up to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Institute Masters students are collaborating with the Geffrye Museum investigating shared and private spaces within London’s international student homes.

The fate of India's earliest civilisations

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The fate of India's earliest civilisations

Collaborative palaeo-climatic research, involving the Institute's Dorian Fuller, is shedding light on the possible fate of India's earliest civilisations.

Matilda Duncker wins RAI Dissertation Award

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Matilda Duncker being awarded the RAI Masters Dissertation Award

Congratulations to the Institute's Matilda Duncker who recently won the Royal Archaeological Institute's Masters Dissertation Prize.

Institute student awarded Sean W. Dever Memorial Prize

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Robert Homsher

Congratulations to Robert Homsher who was recently awarded the Sean W. Dever Memorial Prize for 2012 by the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR).

Crossroads of Empires

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Fieldwork team from Crossroads project 2012, Benin (Sam Nixon far left)

Institute alumnus Sam Nixon has recently been appointed as a postdoctoral researcher on the European Research Council-funded Crossroads of empires project at the Sainsbury Research Unit (SRU), University of East Anglia.

The Road to Ruins

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The Road to Ruins (Special event in honour of Ian Graham, OBE, FSA)

Elizabeth Graham, David Pendergast and Norman Hammond are guest speakers at a special event in honour of Ian Graham, OBE, FSA being held at the Society of Antiquaries of London on 29 March.

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