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Festival of Ideas [BBC Radio 3]

19-May-2015 - http //www bbc co uk/events/efd2fx

Arts and humanities researchers gain new insight into working with policy-makers

05-Mar-2019 - The Arts and Humanities Research Council AHRC and the Institute for Government will provide new insights into the world of policy making

Taking Arts and Humanities research to market

27-Aug-2013 - Following on from the success on the AHRC’s Follow on Funding for Impact and Engagement Scheme the AHRC are launching a Commercialisation

ProtoPublics Design Developmental Awards Panel April 2015

06-Nov-2015 - Meeting date 16th April 2015 Chair Professor Mark Llewellyn AHRC Director of Research Dr Leon Cruickshank Lancaster University Ms Nicola

German Aerospace Centre DLR

19-May-2015 - http //www dlr de/dlr/en/desktopdefault aspx/tabid 10002/

£3.5m Investment in Communities and Creative Economy

17-Feb-2012 - The Arts and Humanities Research Council AHRC today announces the largest investment yet into the Connected Communities Programme with three new projects

Living Research 2018: call for makers and academics

21-Feb-2018 - This call is managed by the British Council Summary The British Council and the Arts and Humanities Research Council are looking

Living with Machines: Revolutionising the way historical sources are analysed

19-Dec-2018 - Data scientists and humanities scholars are uniting for a bold new project that seeks to dispel the myth of the lone scholar and provide new insights

Current Funding Opportunities and upcoming activity

20-May-2015 - Connected Communities Festival 15 th – 29 th June 2015 UK wide The Festival will focus on creative ways of increasing community engagement

Language-Based Area Studies

07-Aug-2014 - The Language Based Area Studies LBAS centres were originally supported from 2006 2011 through funding from the AHRC Economic and Social Research Council