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North West Cambridge: archaeology, art and mud

Cambridge Archaeological Unit (CAU) field and art work at North West Cambridge highlighted in March/April edition of British Archaeology

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Tràng An Landscape complex officially World Heritage Site status

Tràng An Landscape complex officially World Heritage Site status

Dr. Ryan Rabett, (McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research) attends UNESCO World Heritage Site inscription ceremony for the Tràng An Landscape complex

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REF outcome highlights strengths of Cambridge archaeology

The 2014 Research Excellence Framework published in December has "confirmed Cambridge as one of the UK's strongest communities of Archaeology researchers"

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CBE awarded to Graeme Barker

Graeme Barker, former Disney Professor of Archaeology and Director of McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, has been appointed a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2015 New Year's Honours List for his services to archaeology.

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'Hidden Foods' project awarded ERC Starting Grant

Emanuela Cristiani, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 'Hidden Foods' project successful in ERC Starting Grants awards 2014

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Richard III - Case closed after 529 years

DNA and genealogical study confirms identity of remains found in Leicester and uncovers new truths about his appearance and Plantagenet linineage.

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