Did you know that the origin of trees goes back to the Devonian period, around 400 million years ago Yup, that long. Since then, the trees have always occupied a central place in the evolution of life on earth since the earliest hominid groups, to the appearance of the first… Read More »From trees to… charcoal?
As January comes to an end, we are all still recovering from our Christmas-related, sugar-induced comma – we all know everyone has a bit of a sweet tooth. Talking about teeth – meet Cláudia Relvado, our resident ICArEHB 2nd year PhD student! Sounds like a random association doesn’t it? Let… Read More »The Holy Tooth
Can you guess what the most scientifical night of the year is? That’s right, you guessed it (or not) – it’s the European Researchers’ Night! Every year on the last Friday of September, researchers across Europe gather to make science accessible and fun to visitors. This year the event happened… Read More »A night of… science?
Roz Gillis is the coordinator of the Development of Complex Societies research group, Stable isotope working group for ICAZ and member of the ICArEHB board of Direction. Want to know what she does? Then stick around and read what she shared with the Archaeologist’s Notebook. Archaeology is rubbish! No, it… Read More »Meet Roz Gillis from ICArEHB