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UCL's Institute of, Research Student in lethality of the earliest weapons. I' am a PhD candidate at UCL Institute of Archaeology. I am especially interested in Palaeolithic technologies, love conducting archaeology experiments in ancient , particularly relating to human evolution. I started experimenting in 2011, co-founded the Evolutionary Weapons Research Group, and am involved with UCL's PrimTech course. I have a long-standing relationship with researchers at Cranfield Defence and Security, and we work together testing early weapons using state of the equipment. I have published some papers already on prehistoric weaponry, and have more to come soon!
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