MOLA Headland Infrastructure team
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MOLA Headland Infrastructure teamExcavations for the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme have revealed partial remains belonging to extinct megafauna including woolly mammoth and woolly rhino, thought to be at least 100,000 years old.
17.09.2018Each summer, our experts have been travelling out to the town of Auritz/Burguete in the Basque region of Spain to work alongside Aranzadi’s team and train their students and volunteers. In this blog, hear from our Fieldwork Trainer, Claudia Tommasino, about a summer sharing skills and making new discoveries on the continent.
21.08.2018The construction industry and archaeology have work to do to become more diverse nd inclusive. In this article Anusha Shah considers some of the issues and the benefits of organisations being truly diverse and inclusive.
18.07.2018MOLA Academy of Archaeological Specialist Training (MAAST) is hosting its first specialist-led archaeology training programme from 27 September 2018. Understanding Archaeological Artefacts is a free 22-week programme.
23.05.2018Next month our CEO Janet Miller is chairing the skills session at the Oxford Cambridge Corridor Economic Growth Conference 2018. A panel of influential speakers is coming together to ask: How do we develop the skills needed to grow the economy? What new skills do we need?