enior Lecturer in Forensic Anthropology and Course Director on Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology at Cranfield Forensic Institute, Cranfield University (UK). He is a specialist in human skeletal remains from prehistory to the present day. In recent years, he has had considerable experience in the recovery and identification of WWI and WWII soldiers. As a forensic anthropologist, Nicholas has undertaken forensic casework for a number of police forces in the UK.
Archaeology and anthropology have played an important role in identifying World War I soldiers. In this process of identification, the involvement of forensic or conflict archaeologists and forensic anthropologists has played an invaluable role to provide a dignified burial to those who fell for their country.