Mythic Field: Biological Anthropology
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Biological anthropology is unique in straddling both anthropology and the biological sciences more broadly. For both of these fields, the University of Cambridge is considered by many to be the world-leading institution offering the best possible environment to students wanting to study or conduct research in Biological Anthropology. This may involve observing gorillas and/or chimpanzees in the Congo, tracking the routes taken by ancient hominins in eastern Africa, mapping gene and language boundaries in Australasia and the Pacific Islands, collecting skeletal data in top-tier museums across Europe, investgating child worm infestations in Bangladesh, or digging up archaeological sites in places like China, Italy, Vietnam, or Spain...
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