Birmingham archaeologists turn back clock at Stonehenge

  • 5th July 2010
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Archaeologists at the University of Birmingham are heading to Stonehenge to lead the world's biggest-ever virtual excavation. The Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project, which starts today (Monday July 5), will use the latest geophysical imaging techniqu...

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Meeting of medical minds

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