Dorian Fuller on 'Taming Nature'

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Dorian Fuller collecting oryza nivara in Orissa

Dorian Fuller was recently invited to contribute to a programme entitled 'Taming Nature' on The Forum, broadcast by the BBC World Service.

Institute students organise Lost in Thought Late Event

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Lost in Thought Late Event at the Science Museum

UCL Museum Studies students are contributing to a special late event at the Science Museum this week which will delve into the world of neuroscience.

Diversity of Institute research highlighted at SAA 2016

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The diversity of the Institute's outstanding research and the extent of its collaborative links was showcased recently at the Society for American Archaeology's 81st Annual Meeting.

Dominic Perring on the Mystery of the Crossrail Skulls

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Human remains

Dominic Perring will feature in the programme Mystery of the Crossrail Skulls to be broadcast on Channel 4 on 24 April.

Institute staff feature in Channel 4's Dispatches programme

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Institute staff feature in an episode of Channel 4's Dispatches programme entitled 'Isis and the Missing Treasures' which is being broadcast this evening.

Prehistoric Society Collections Study Award

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Dawn Cansfield (University of Winchester)

Collaborative research involving Paola Ponce (Archaeology South-East) has been awarded the inaugural Collections Study Award from the Prehistoric Society

PhD Studentship: Early Bronze Age British funerary vessels

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Applications are invited for an AHRC-funded PhD studentship offered as a collaborative doctoral award between the British Museum and the UCL Institute of Archaeology (Ref:1539148). The deadline for applications is 25 April 2016.

Institute staff recognised in the UCLU Student Choice Teaching Awards 2016

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Congratulations to those Institute of Archaeology staff who were recognised for their outstanding contribution to the learning experience and success of UCL students in the UCLU Student Choice Teaching Awards 2016.

Job Vacancy: Administrative Assistant/Events Organiser (Heritage Futures Project)

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The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for an Administrative Assistant/Events Organiser (Ref.:1543648). The deadline for applications is 22 April 2016.

Stephen Shennan invited to join International Scientific Advisory Board

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