- About the McDonald Institute
The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research exists to further research by Cambridge archaeologists and their collaborators into all aspects of the human past, across time and space.
The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research and the Division of Archaeology jointly support a number of internationally recognised laboratories for archaeological science.
- Postgraduate Study
- Our History
The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research in the University of Cambridge was established in 1990 through a generous benefaction from the late Dr D.M. McDonald. The benefaction enabled the University to construct and maintain purpose-built premises for the Institute which include research rooms and laboratories, together with archive space and a seminar room.