Towards the end of June, Dr Julia Best and PhD student Jacqueline Pitt ventured to Glastonbury festival in order to convey the research of the Chicken Project (Cultural and Scientific… »
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The Chicken Project’s BU Festival of Learning 2014 event took the form of a lecture, the opportunity to handle some archaeological material and take part in some interactive charting that… »
The AHRC funded Chicken Project, led by BU’s Dr Mark Maltby, has featured in Nature‘s news in an article by reporter Ewen Callaway. The project, which started in January 2014, draws together archaeology, anthropology and scientific analyses… »
BU’s Archaeology Department have created and organised one-day courses in Zooarchaeology, aimed at giving the general public an insight into the processes used to identify animal bones on archaeological sites…. »