The 2014 Grahame Clark Medal awarded to Joan Oates, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
Martin Jones of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research publishes in Science with Chinese scholars to show how Agriculture facilitated permanent human occupation of the Tibetan Plateau after 3600 BP
Dr Kate Spence, Division of Archaeology (University of Cambridge), participated in a BBC Radio 4 broadcast about the Egyptian pharaoh, Hatshepsut.
DNA recovered from a 37,000-year-old fossil skeleton from Russia shows a deep, shared ancestry of Europeans
An international team of researchers, including Dr Philip Nigst, Division of Archaeology (University of Cambridge), recovered DNA from a fossil of one of the earliest known Europeans.
Research, led by Dr Philip Nigst, Division of Archaeology, (Univeristy of Cambridge), contributes new information to the debate about modern human colonisation of Europe.
Marie Louise Stig Sørensen awarded the 16th European Archaeology Heritage Prize (2014)