How virtual reality is opening up some of the world’s most inaccessible archaeological sites

Brendan Cassidy, University of Central Lancashire and David Robinson, University of Central Lancashire We often associate virtual reality (VR) with thrilling experiences we may never be able to have in real life – such as flying a jet fighter, exploring Continue reading How virtual reality is opening up some of the world’s most inaccessible archaeological sites

Environmental change could be damaging some of the world’s most precious archaeology

Kirsty High, University of York and Kirsty Penkman, University of York Star Carr in North Yorkshire is perhaps the most important archaeological site in the UK relating to the Mesolithic period from the end of the last ice age. Archaeologists Continue reading Environmental change could be damaging some of the world’s most precious archaeology