Announcement of the Dangoor Chair of Archaeological Sciences
Prof. Elisabetta Boaretto of the Scientific Archaeology Unit will be the first incumbent of the new professorial chair funded by Dr. Judy and David Dangoor of the UK
(L-R) Dr. Judy Dangoor, Prof. Elisabetta Boaretto, Mr. David Dangoor
Dr. Judy and David Dangoor of the United Kingdom were honored for their recent major gift to fund a new professorial chair in archaeological sciences. Its first incumbent is Prof. Elisabetta Boaretto of the Scientific Archaeology Unit.
In 2013, the Dangoors established the Dangoor Research Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (D-REAMS) Laboratory, where Prof. Boaretto conducts much of her cutting-edge research. The lab enables scientists to analyze and date archaeological finds with unprecedented precision. The new chair deepens the Dangoors' relationship with Prof. Boaretto and will further advance her research in this field.