Welcome to our new research analysts!

The NeoMilk team is growing!

Caitlin, Borys and Luke have just started as research analysts in the NeoMilk project. They will be carrying out lipid residue analyses of the pottery sherds we have been sampling all across Europe.

Borys will even be able to work with sherds from his home country (Poland).

Welcome to the team!

Welcome to Isabel!

Picture_IWIsabel Wiltshire is joining the NeoMilk team for a year. She is a MSci student at the School of Chemistry of the University of Bristol.

She will be working with Melanie and Jess on potsherds from Hungary. Welcome to the team!

Two new PhD students for the NeoMilk team

We are welcoming Emmanuelle Casanova and David Altoft who are starting a PhD under the supervision of Richard P. Evershed at the School of Chemistry in the University of Bristol.

They will both work on lipid residue analyses of pottery sherds from the LBK, in two distinct regions. Furthermore, one of Emmanuelle’s focus will the development of the direct compound-specific dating of lipids extracted from Prehistoric sherds.

Welcome!

Jessica is here!

Picture_Jessica_SmythJessica Smyth started her work in the NeoMilk project today.

She is in charge of managing the archaeological aspects of the project, including undertaking the documentary surveys to provide essential contextual information for the overall project in terms of site selection, knowledge of collections and regional contacts.

Welcome Jess!