Centre of Archaeology
The Centre of Archaeology (CoA) was formed in October 2013 with dual aims: to develop research activity and consultancy in applied archaeology. The CoA is now an international centre of learning and knowledge exchange with an emphasis on engagement that extends beyond academia.
The Centre is dedicated to developing research excellence and professional practice with a focus on the application of novel techniques to the investigation of the recent and ancient past. In particular, the Centre applies its expertise to the investigation of the Holocaust and other genocides, and to missing persons investigations across the world.
The Centre's commitment to community engagement is reflected in its portfolio of community archaeology projects and publications in this area, and its involvement in interdisciplinary research is demonstrated by its staff who work across a number of fields such as archaeology, forensic investigation, virtual reality and 3D visualisation, film and TV and fine art.
No, this infrastructure does not provide funding.
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