UNE PROFESSOR RECEIVES $1-MILLION GRANT FOR STONE-TOOL STUDY

A University of New England associate professor has received $1-million to undertake a unique study.

Mark Moore will spend the next four years researching the evolution of teaching, through the analysis of historic stone-tools.

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