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Dr Sarah Inskip
Osteoarchaeologist, Bioarchaeologist, and all things bony!
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Cathy Abbott Jan 15
Like many, I've been reading this depressing report . A few thoughts.. 1) Good on Wellcome for having done this 2) I look forward to recognition of the effect that their ending of project and program grants has had on biomed depts .
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Dr Sarah Inskip Jan 1
Replying to @shakenbeck
I hope some of that is coming my way 😆
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Dr Sarah Inskip Dec 30
I really enjoyed seeing Sofija talk at the EAA in Bern this year. A really fab piece of research.
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Dr Sarah Inskip Dec 25
Message from my ‘wonderful cat’
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Dr Sarah Inskip Dec 17
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Dr Sarah Inskip Dec 4
Fantastic day out at The Great Hospital in Norwich with some of the ATP team! Beautiful place and a fab tour. Highly recommend for medieval fans!
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Dr Sarah Inskip Nov 23
I had a great day yesterday at the annual Cambridge Infectious disease conference. Fantastic to meet other scholars working on similar themes and see outstanding scholars!! Thanks to the organisers
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Dr Anita Radini Nov 15
Please to share this “the study and excavation of commingled ” a giude free and open access by collegue and friend Dr Efi Nikita
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Dr Sarah Inskip Nov 14
Came across this gem while visiting the folk at Winchester Uni
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Beatriz Marín-Aguilera Nov 14
The portrait of Dorothy Garrod will be hung in the McDonald Seminar Room, next to the one of Colin Renfrew. It was about time! First female professor at Oxbridge in 1939
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Dr Sarah Inskip Nov 1
Well hello there little fella!
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Dr Sarah Inskip Oct 30
Now discussing genetics as a window into the past featuring surnames and Vikings!
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Dr Sarah Inskip Oct 30
Replying to @DrTrishBiers
Next time 😀
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Dr Sarah Inskip Oct 30
Happy to hear Selina Brace and Ian Barnes talk about their great aDNA research at the NHM as part of the Galton conference.
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Dr Sarah Inskip Oct 30
Replying to @Turi__King
See you there! Im just hitting Kings cross :)
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Dr Sarah Inskip Oct 30
Who is of to the Galton Institute today?
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CambridgeArchaeology Oct 23
Join us *TODAY* for “Destiny & health in the Middle Ages” - Prof John Robb Old Divinity School 6-7:30pm Book ➡️
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Dr Sarah Inskip Oct 19
Fab few days in Tübingen. Even got to see this guy on the church wall.... ouch
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Dr Sarah Inskip Oct 17
At the ‘Beyond subsistence’ workshop in Tübingen. Great variety of talks. Up now Umberto Albarella on ‘Unmaking the deer in Medieval England’
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