The University seems to have simply taken the whole project over, and tried to claim all the credit for everything. I can't understand why. After all, I have no difficulty at all in acknowledging and praising the valuable work which really was done by their archaeologists, osteologists and geneticists. So why do they seem to have such a problem with acknowledging my nine or ten years of preparatory research? Yet the fact is that they appear to have deliberately tried to write me (and others) out of the story. When you look at the history of the project,the university only became involved in 2011. But the project really started in 2003, when I began the search for Richard III's DNA.