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Archaeological Laboratories

Uncovering the stories of past societies and cultures.
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The University of Southern Queensland is home to important archaeological facilities that are key to our researchers’ efforts in uncovering the stories of past societies and cultures.

  • The wet laboratory facilitates the storage and analysis of domestic materials, from the discovery of the oldest rock art in Australia to materials from Native Mounted Police Camps in Queensland.
  • The dry laboratory houses a range of equipment such as ground penetrating radar, fine balances, microscopes and comparative collections.

These archaeological laboratories support both our HDR students on their own projects, and undergraduate students who volunteer to join UniSQ research endeavours.

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