Lecturer in archaeological and palaeoenvironmental chemistry (York)

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The Department of Chemistry is one of the largest and most successful departments at York, renowned internationally for our research. One of our distinctive research themes is Archaeological and Palaeoenvironmental Chemistry, linking to research in the departments of Archaeology, Environment and Geography, and Biology. We are active partners in BioArCh, which acts as a focus for our multidisciplinary approach to scientific archaeology and we wish to develop our work in this area further. We are seeking to appoint an individual who either already has research interests in Archaeological and Palaeoenvironmental chemistry, or in an area of Analytical Chemistry with the potential for application to Archaeological and Palaeoenvironmental Chemistry. We welcome interest from talented academics with an impressive research profile and a collegiate approach to their work. Specific research areas would involve analytical chemistry, with the potential for application to topics including palaeoenvironmental or palaeoclimate reconstruction, preservation of organic matter, biogeochemistry, archaeological chemistry, geochronology and biomolecular palaeontology.

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