RCEAP is an independent research department based at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU). It has 21 academic researchers and a range of post-doctoral researchers, PhD and MPhil students whose research centres around palaeontology, evolutionary anthropology, wildlife conservation and the behaviour of social animals. RCEAP benefits from a range of modern facilities, provided by LJMU, including skeletal laboratories that house a large collection of archaeological skeletal remains, a palaeoanthropological Imaging Suite equipped with microscribes, macro and micro 3D scanners, photographic equipment, standard and 3D microscopes, digital x-ray, and specialist analytical software.

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