Student fieldwork in Atapuerca, Spain. UCL students pose with Maria Martinon-Torres and Jose-Maria Bermudez de Castro at the site of their excavation in Atapuerca. Image by Michael Hanks.
Level TD-4 at Gran Dolina, the site where Homo antecessor was discovered and where DTP student Michael Hanks was helping to excavate 1 million year old sediments with cave bears and other fauna. Image by Michael Hanks.
DTP Student Poppy Harding undertakes fieldwork in Siberia. Image by Poppy Harding.
DTP Students Eleanore Heasley and Dan Mills search for invasive Quagga Muscles in UK streams. Image by Eleanore Heasley.
DTP student Michael Hanks attempts a dramatic 2001-style stone tool pose in Atapuerca, Spain. Image by Michael Hanks.
Highly-eroded wave-cut platform with presence of lithophagid borings still preserved within Syracuse town. Image by Marco Meschis.
Lithophagid borings with, in places, shells still preserved. Image by Marco Meschis.