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Mathematical Biology and Archaeology Research

Mathematical Biology and Archaeology Research

Our interdisciplinary group uses mathematics to model, understand and interpret biological and archaeological systems.

Collaborative research projects

Our group works in collaboration with cell and animal biologists, archaeologists, clinicians and environmental scientists.

Find out more about some of our research projects below:

Join us

We're always on the lookout for high-quality PhD students or postdoctoral researchers to work with. For potential research projects please see the above.

In addition, we frequently have openings for undergraduate summer students.

Email Andrew Baggaley for more information.

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