Science Social Sciences Archaeology Research Groups and Centers
Most research activities will either occur in academic departments or in research institutes (which may either be in universities or external). Both of these are included in this category.

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Aerial Archaeology Research Group
AARG provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information between those actively involved in aerial photography, photo interpretation, field archaeology and landscape history.
The Berkshire Archaeology Research Group
Voluntary group dedicated to investigating the archaeology of the county of Berkshire, UK. Includes news and information on projects and activities.
British Institute at Ankara
Research is focused on the history and archaeology of Turkey and the Black Sea region.
Cardiff University: Cardiff Osteoarchaeology Research Group Laboratory
The group studies faunal material from archaeological sites in order to reconstruct human-animal relations. Also post-Roman period archaeology and sites and artefacts relating to the Celts, Vikings, Anglo-Saxons and Muslims.
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences: Institute of Archaeology
Researchers from the institute have conducted fieldwork in most of the provinces in China. In Chinese and English.
Deutsches Archäologisches Institut
Information on research, Library, publications, fieldwork projects and staff. In German and English.
Durham University: Archaeology of Northern England
Recent research has focused on rock art and Neolithic monuments, Roman and early medieval archaeology and the archaeology and physical development of the town of Newcastle.
Durham University: History of Archaeology Research Group
Members of the group have focused on the broad social and political influences on the historical trajectory of archaeological research, and the way in which archaeological research has influenced society.
Early Mines Research Group
Group of specialist mining historians, geologists, archaeologists and archaeo-metallurgists interested in researching the origins of metal mining in Britain.
Trent University Archaeological Research Centre
Dedicated to the investigation and understanding of past cultures through studies of artifacts, analysis of field, laboratory, and archival data, and the education of students and interested community members by courses, publications and lectures.
The University of Exeter: Department of Archaeology
Research projects include the origins and development of historic landscapes, wetland and coastal landscapes, the exploitation of natural resources, the contexts of domestication, material culture and social agency.
University of Liverpool: Archaeology of Human Origins
A leading center for the study of human evolution with research projects in the archaeology of human origins and Quaternary dating techniques.

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