Pint of Science

There’s much excitement here at the moment because of our involvement with the Pint of Science festival. Those of you familiar with me and my team will know how much we value outreach and wider access projects. We do all sorts! Pint of Science is an international event which aims to get experts talking about…

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Professor of Applied Biological Anthropology

Well this week has been a good week. On Monday I found out that the University, in all its wisdom, has conferred the title of ‘Professor’ on me. It’s such exciting and delightful news, and marks the high-point of my career so far. To be honest, I can hardly believe it since it’s all happened…

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Science & Justice, Vol 54 (6)

I’m delighted that today the first issue of Science & Justice that I compiled as the new Editor-in-Chief is out – and it’s a bumper issue! 16 academic peer-reviewed papers from all over the world feature, with topics ranging across chemistry, biology, drugs, taphonomy, DNA and paintings. You can check it out by following this…

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Mathematical!

It’s graduation week this week – which is always a wonderful time in the academic year. All those students wandering across the stage to shake the VC’s hand, trying not to topple of those insane heels, have worked so hard for so long; it’s a real pleasure to see them again. This year is doubly…

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I feel radder, faster… more adequate!

By which I mean I have a fantastic new webpage! Look how shiny it is! Isn’t it smart… It was about time I spruced up my website – I tried going for a Windows 8 style for my previous version, and that was obviously a terrible mistake. It took me ages to do, and then…

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