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Cambridge Science Festival gives the public the opportunity to explore Cambridge Science. There are opportunities to explore and discuss issues of scientific interest and concern and to raise aspirations by encouraging young people to consider a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics.

Science of Archaeology:
The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research and the Division of Archaeology will be open from 10.30am to 4.00pm on Saturday 19th March for Science of Archaeology.

Drop in event.  All welcome - great for families.

Were Neanderthals fussy eaters?  Was the skeleton in your cupboard a man or a woman, and did it look after its teeth? 

Science can help archaeologists answer these questions, and many others.  Discover the secrets revealed by pots, plants soils, bones and maybe even fossilised poo!

 

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Upcoming events

Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit

Jan 24, 2017

Seminar Room, The Mond Building, Free School Lane

Ancient Near East Seminar Series

Jan 24, 2017

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

BioAnth Seminar Series

Jan 25, 2017

Seminar Room, Henry Wellcome Building, Division of Biological Anthropology, Fi

Heritage Research Group

Jan 26, 2017

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

Americas Archaeology Group

Jan 27, 2017

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

PalMeso Seminar Series

Jan 27, 2017

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

The Ancient India and Iran Trust

Jan 27, 2017

23 Brooklands Avenue, Cambridge, CB2 8BG

Asian Archaeology Group

Jan 30, 2017

South Lecture Room, Division of Archaeology, Downing Site

African Archaeology Group

Jan 30, 2017

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

Upcoming events

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