This is a guest blog by undergraduate placement student Nicola Batley.
In just over two weeks time two of the Bournemouth based members of the Chicken Project are off to Glastonbury festival!
Roll Up! Roll up! Book your FREE ticket for 'A Potted History of Chickens' at Bournemouth University's Festival of Learning. #BUfest14
Excellent news here in the Chicken Project.
One area within the Chicken Project’s remit is that of public engagement and outreach activities.
With our second big project meeting fast approaching, we are all looking forward to catching up and hearing how all the different strands of research are progressing.
How to investigate the earliest culinary use of chickens? We believe that archaeological pots may offer some clues.
BSAS Annual Conference 2014 brought together more than 500 researchers, students, vets, policy-makers and industry representatives to share knowledge on newest technology and developments in animal
It was a cold, miserable day in January but that did not deter 25 researchers, from six UK institutions, migrating to down to Bournemouth for the first official meeting of our AHRC-funded project ‘
Keep up to date with the latest project news via our Twitter feed.
- RT @RGZM_Freunde: @Chicken_project Terrifying, isn't it? 😊 Henriette https://t.co/q96EWedsnl — 1 week 1 day ago
- Week 2 of the #chickentrail check out our "Dinnersaurus rex" blog and film https://t.co/mDgVxAZFWH @CoLA_Southwark @UoNArch @morethanadodo — 1 week 6 days ago
- RT @qikipedia: In the early 1900s, American chicken farmers gave their chickens rose-tinted glasses to make them less aggressive. https://t.co/f3SztxUGRB — 2 weeks 3 days ago
- RT @ArchaeologyLisa: My first bird skeletonisation is complete! 🐦Kinda sad, broken sternum and ribs where the little guy was run over. A… https://t.co/7og2GfDTI9 — 3 weeks 1 day ago