PALAEO is an interdisciplinary research centre in human evolution and palaeoecology that brings together York’s world-leading expertise in evolutionary anatomy, ancient DNA, biodiversity, psychology, palaeoenvironmental studies, prehistory and geochronology. The exceptional breadth of PALAEO allows the centre to take a fully-integrated, cross-disciplinary approach to major research questions in human evolution and its environmental setting. PALAEO is open to all York researchers in this exciting field, and to their collaborators elsewhere.
Posted on Thursday 25 April 2013
Congratulations to John Stewart (Archaeology PhD student) and Joanna Simpson (Chemistry PhD student) who attended the UKAS conference in Cardiff!
Posted on Wednesday 17 April 2013
Hunter-gatherers living in glacial conditions produced pots for cooking fish, according to the findings of a pioneering new study led by the University of York which reports the earliest direct evidence for the use of ceramic vessels.
Posted on Tuesday 9 April 2013
Dr Amanda Rees (Department of Sociology) has been awarded a British Academy mid-career fellowship (running from Oct 2013 to Sept 2014) to investigate the following project: Excavating Deep History: historiography, methodology and narratives of human nature