The latest news about research awards won by the School.
Prehistoric flint sourcing in NW Bulgaria and NE Serbia: Field survey and laboratory analyses
Dušan Borić, together with his Bulgarian co-PI Dr Maria Gurova of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, has been awarded a High-Risk Research in Archaeology Grant in the amount of US $29,945 by the America for Bulgaria Foundation (American Research Center in Sofia and the Filed Museum in Chicago).
Dating the Early Mesolithic occupation of the Danube Gorges
Dušan Borić has been awarded the equivalent of £12,075 by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Radiocarbon Facility for Archaeology for 35 AMS 14C dates
Dating the Early and Middle Copper Age burial evidence in the eastern Carpathian Basin
Dušan Borić has been awarded the equivalent of £6900 by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Radiocarbon Facility for Archaeology for 20 AMS 14C dates
Whirlpool’s harvesters: Adaptations and transformations of Mesolithic foragers in the Danube Gorges
Dušan Borić has been awarded the Hunt Fellowship in the amount of US $40,000 by the Wenner Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research to aid research for his book and writing-up in 2010.
Steve Mills and Jacqui Mulville are part of a team awarded £129,293 from English Heritage for the Lyonesse Project.
Jacqui Mulville is leading a team that has been awarded Beacon for Wales funding for a project engaging young people in workshops to consider how future pets and farm animals will look.
Richard Madgwick, postgraduate researcher, and Jacqui Mulville have been awarded the equivalent of £16,200 by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Isotope Geosciences Facilities Steering Committee (NIGFSC) for analytical support.
Cardiff Archaeologist Professor Alasdair Whittle and colleagues have won £610,000 from the Arts and Humanities Research Council to study the first farmers in central Europe.
Cardiff archaeologists Professor Douglass Bailey and Dr Steve Mills have won £108,000 worth of funding from the European Commission to participate in a pan-European project on landscapes, art and heritage.
Research work carried out in the conservation laboratories of the School has already been part of the winning team for one major award and is now short listed for two other top UK Conservation Awards.