Inequality in medieval Cambridge was ‘recorded on the bones’ of its residents

The remains of an individual buried in the Augustinian friary, taken during the 2016 excavation on the University of Cambridge’s New Museums site. Credit: Nick Saffell Social inequality was “recorded on the bones” of Cambridge’s medieval residents, according to a new study of hundreds of human remains excavated from three very different burial sites within […]

New study measures neighborhood inequality and violence based on everyday mobility

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain A new study looking at the patterns of movement from 400,000 people offers fresh insights into how a neighborhood’s economic conditions mixed with the mobility patterns of its residents and visitors relates to the well-being of the neighborhood and can serve as a predictor of violence. The analysis, published in the […]