A new archaeological find uncovered by BU researchers and students during their annual ‘Big Dig’ at the Durotriges site in Dorset, could help to shed light on the rural elite… »
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Public invited to visit excavation site.
Bournemouth University School of Applied Sciences and Archaeology department curates a wide range of skeletal collections from archaeological sites across Europe. Most of our collections comprise human remains uncovered during… »
BU’s multidisciplinary research has informed and developed standards and universal policies for forensic investigation of mass graves.
Exploring the past! Understanding the present! Shaping the future! We are concerned with all aspects of the Historic Environment as evidence of past human activity and its associated consequences that… »
How a £1.94 million AHRC grant will radically inform how we manage and perceive chickens as a food source.
Research published in Science applies knowledge gained from studying plants & animals to better understand significant events in human evolution. According to a paper published in Science, models of how animal… »
Bournemouth University’s Senior Lecturer in Forensic Archaeology Ian Hanson has been appointed by the International Commission on Missing Persons (IC-MP) to put his globally significant procedures for mass grave excavation… »