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The Archaeology Graduate Seminar Series is run by graduates of the Department of Archaeology as a forum for graduate research students to present and discuss aspects of their ongoing research, be it MPhil, PhD or fieldwork-related.
All are welcome, and discussion encouraged!
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Other listsAmnesty International Refugee Rights Campaign SciBar EIW 2009 - Experience Islam Week (8th - 15th February 2009)
Other talksCausality and Responsibility in Formal Verification and Beyond Whipple Museum of the History of Science - Private tour - FULLY BOOKED Staging Poland: vaudeville, melodrama, and the appropriation of Eastern Europe in nineteenth-century French theatre Disease dynamics in animal hosts: How natural selection affects disease transmission in insects; and how animal density and climatic factors can influence the prevalence of zoonotic diseases "Breaking non-identifiability using genetic information : an application to metabolite data and gene expression" Matlab by Example