17 . 03 . 2016Read More
Jennifer Miller, principle scientist at Dickson Laboratory, visited the Police Scotland dog branch last week to give input on the role of bio-archaeology in the Police searches. Following this visit, the Victim Recovery dogs and handlers on the course visited the Dickson Laboratory to see what the team at Dickson Laboratory do.
19 . 01 . 2016Read More
New technology helps piece together story of York’s Roman ‘Gladiators’ Cutting edge genome technology, hailed as being the next step […]
02 . 12 . 2015Read More
An extremely rare skeletal find joins the displays at JORVIK Viking Centre this month, as one of the Swinegate skeletons, uncovered during archaeological excavations in 1990, goes on public display for the first time.
21 . 01 . 2015Read More
In Archaeology it is very rare to find any soft tissue remains: no skin, no flesh, no hair and definitely no brains. However, in 2009, archaeologists from York Archaeological Trust found something very surprising at a site in Heslington, York.
17 . 10 . 2014Read More
York Archaeological Trust’s Dickson Lab for Bio-Archaeology, based in Glasgow, provide assistance to around 25 forensic cases UK-wide annually.