Archaeology

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Steve has been working in archaeology for almost 30 years. He started his professional career as a field archaeologist undertaking the excavation and recording of archaeological features on a Roman...

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Register now so that teams in your school or organisation can enter Britain’s most popular environmental competition. There are one-hour and one-day versions, which can be done at any time during...
We are now recruiting for our Winter 2013 Flow of placements to place graduate members in Environmental Science and Sustainability jobs around Europe through the Leonardo Mobility Programme. We have...
Since the publication of the IES's Open Access report earlier this year there has been heated debated across the publishing landscape about the progression of open access. The Finch report was...
A report on the use of scientific evidence and advice in the Foreign Office (FCO) has been published by the Government Office for Science. It provides recommendations to support and improve the...
In September the UK Prime Minster, David Cameron, undertook a Cabinet reshuffle. We have provided a roundup of key appointment and moves that are applicable to the roles of environmental...
Early September saw the re-launch of the Future Morph website – a resource for students, teachers and parents which aims to redefine perceptions of the careers arising from studying science and maths...
The IES is pleased to announce that this year's Burntwood Lecture will feature two exciting keynote speakers, environmental economist Paul Ekins and marine scientist Michael Depledge. Paul Ekins is a...
From the 1st November 2012 the IES will be introducing a new application process and revised competencies for Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv). These are the first major changes to the CEnv...
Like others, as I first read Charles Dickens’ novels, David Copperfield, Pickwick Papers, Great Expectations, and Hard Times, I was bowled over by their great characters and their adventures in...

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