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Durham University News



Skulls and skeletons skulduggery

(10 November 2003)

A good time was had by all at the Skulls and Skeletons event held at the University of Durham, Queen’s Campus Stockton during Family Learning Week.

Over 70 adults and children took part in hands on activities, helped by two of the campus anthropologists, Steve Leech and Emma Kitching.

Activities included searching for bones, identifying body parts from x-rays, and examining animal and human skeletons.

Steve and Emma held the event in one of the Human Science laboratories where families were also able to learn about human evolution from the skulls displayed around the lab.

If you would like further information about Human Science courses available at the University, or would like to book a visit to look around the Queen’s Campus, please contact Carole Rushall on 0191 3340168.

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