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  1. New Secrets of the Terracotta Warriors | UCL News - UCL - London's…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2013/dec/new-secrets-terracotta-warriors

    5 Dec 2013: A new documentary to be broadcast on Channel 4 this weekend is largely based on research carried out by a team from the UCL Institute of Archaeology, in collaboration with colleagues at the Emperor Qin Shihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum in China.

    A new documentary to be broadcast on Channel 4 this weekend is largely based on research carried out by a team from the UCL Institute of Archaeology, in collaboration with colleagues at the Emperor Qin Shihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum in China.

  2. Rewriting the story of Stonehenge | UCL News - UCL - London's Global…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2013/mar/rewriting-story-stonehenge

    11 Mar 2013: Archaeologists have found that the original Stonehenge was a graveyard for a community of elite families built 500 years earlier than the site we know today.

    Archaeologists have found that the original Stonehenge was a graveyard for a community of elite families built 500 years earlier than the site we know today.

  3. Terracotta army craftsmen pioneered Toyota-style industry | UCL News…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2012/nov/terracotta-army-craftsmen-pioneered-toyota-style-industry

    1 Nov 2012: The most comprehensive analysis of the Terracotta Army's weapons has revealed that the craftsmen responsible for arming the 7000 warriors, chariots and horses followed a sophisticated labour model now associated with Toyota, the world's biggest car

    The most comprehensive analysis of the Terracotta Army's weapons has revealed that the craftsmen responsible for arming the 7000 warriors, chariots and horses followed a sophisticated labour model now associated with Toyota, the world's biggest car maker.

  4. New Kenyan fossils shed light on early human evolution | UCL News -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2012/aug/new-kenyan-fossils-shed-light-early-human-evolution

    9 Aug 2012: Exciting new fossils discovered east of Lake Turkana confirm that there were two additional species of our genus - Homo - living alongside our direct human ancestral species, Homo erectus, almost two million years ago.

    Exciting new fossils discovered east of Lake Turkana confirm that there were two additional species of our genus - Homo - living alongside our direct human ancestral species, Homo erectus, almost two million years ago.

  5. Buried Victorian anatomical teaching collection put on display | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2012/apr/buried-victorian-anatomical-teaching-collection-put-display

    23 Apr 2012: Buried on Campus, a new exhibition at the Grant Museum of Zoology, displays a selection of bones believed to be part of a Victorian teaching collection that were discovered by construction workers underneath UCL's Main Quad in 2010.

    Buried on Campus, a new exhibition at the Grant Museum of Zoology, displays a selection of bones believed to be part of a Victorian teaching collection that were discovered by construction workers underneath UCL's Main Quad in 2010.

  6. Setting the cultural heritage research agenda | UCL News - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2012/mar/setting-cultural-heritage-research-agenda

    27 Mar 2012: UCL has contributed to setting the European research agenda relating to cultural heritage and global change.

    UCL has contributed to setting the European research agenda relating to cultural heritage and global change.

  7. Exhibition: Reanimating Cultural Heritage in Sierra Leone | UCL News…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2012/jan/exhibition-reanimating-cultural-heritage-sierra-leone

    12 Jan 2012: A multimedia exhibition featuring film, images and rarely seen cultural objects from Sierra Leone that explores the role cultural heritage can play in reanimating post-conflict and developing societies opens at UCL this week.

    A multimedia exhibition featuring film, images and rarely seen cultural objects from Sierra Leone that explores the role cultural heritage can play in reanimating post-conflict and developing societies opens at UCL this week.

  8. CT study of early humans reveals evolutionary relationships | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2011/sep/ct-study-early-humans-reveals-evolutionary-relationships

    19 Sep 2011: CT scans of fossil skull fragments may help researchers settle a long-standing debate about the evolution of Africa's Australopithecus, a key ancestor of modern humans that died out some 1.

    CT scans of fossil skull fragments may help researchers settle a long-standing debate about the evolution of Africa's Australopithecus, a key ancestor of modern humans that died out some 1.

  9. Names, not social networks, bind us to global cultural and ethnic…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2011/sep/names-not-social-networks-bind-us-global-cultural-and-ethnic-communities

    8 Sep 2011: Links between hundreds of millions of names belonging to people all around the world have been analysed by geographers from UCL and the University of Auckland.

    Links between hundreds of millions of names belonging to people all around the world have been analysed by geographers from UCL and the University of Auckland.

  10. Legacies of Galton: centenary programme at UCL | UCL News - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2011/mar/legacies-galton-centenary-programme-ucl

    28 Mar 2011: Legacies of Galton: centenary programme at UCL. 28 March 2011. Links:. ucl.ac.uk/museums/galton" target="_self"> UCL Galton Collection. 2011 is the 100th anniversary of the death of Francis Galton, the "father of eugenics" and a key figure in the

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