ANU PalaeoWorks team attend the Southern Connections Congress

ANU PalaeoWorks team attend the Southern Connections Congress

Prof Simon Haberle, Dr Michael-Shawn Fletcher, Dr Matthew Prebble, Feli Hopf and Jay Chin of the Department of Archaeology and Natural History attended this years Southern Connections Congress in Dunedin, …

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Congratulations, Professor Simon Haberle!

Congratulations, Professor Simon Haberle!

In November 2012, Simon Haberle was appointed Professor of Natural History in the Department of Archaeology and Natural History (ANH), ANU. As Professor in Natural History at the Department of …

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Jay Chin wins the 2012 round of AINSE

Jay Chin wins the 2012 round of AINSE

Jay Chin won the 2012 round of AINSE (The Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering) Postgraduate Research Awards, which assists research projects associated with nuclear science or its applications. …

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Students from near and far participate in international program

Students from near and far participate in international program

Students got the chance to trade in their text books for hiking boots through this year’s Global Summer Program. The program, part of the International Alliance of Research Universities, connects …

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PalaeoWorks

Our understanding of past landscapes and how people survived within them can be viewed through the looking glass of microscopic remains. The microscope lab at the Department of Archaeology and Natural History houses state-of-the-art facilities that are being used to examine all aspects of the Earth’s past environments.

 

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