The Multilingualism: Empowering Individuals, Transforming Societies (MEITS) project, part of the AHRC Open World Research Initiative, has announced the outcome of its second and final flexible funding call. Beginning in early 2019, the projects will foster innovation in research-led teaching and support curriculum change in modern languages in higher education.
Read more about Flexible funding awards: three new projects funded by MEITS
‘Documenting the past for a more peaceful future’ received the final Newton Prize of the evening, at a special Awards ceremony held at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in London.
Read more about Research into the documentation of human rights violations honoured in the 2018 Newton Prize
Update: Consultation round-table events will be held across the UK
Read more about Consultation launched on agreement to improve employment and support for researchers
New report highlights successful approaches to expanding take up of modern language learning at school.
Read more about Digi-Languages – Stimulating language learning in schools
Update:The Je-S system is now back online.
Read more about Joint Electronic Submissions Service - planned maintenance
The National Museum Institute (NMI) in New Delhi has become the eighth institution to join the International Placement Scheme (IPS). NMI will join the scheme for a one year pilot in the first instance with the potential to become a permanent host upon review.
Read more about National Museum Institute in India joins AHRC International Placement Scheme
Led by UK Research and Innovation and funded by the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, the £80 million programme comprises nine creative clusters across the four nations of the UK and a new Policy and Evidence Centre, led by Nesta in partnership with 13 universities.
Read more about Major new research investment set to provide boost for UK's Creative Industries
The First World War came to an end 100 years ago this month. Or did it? The reality was the Armistice was only the beginning of the end of the war, according to Professor Maggie Andrews.
Read more about The messy aftermath of World War One
AHRC-funded LAUGH ‘HUG', a product designed by the LAUGH research team led by Professor Cathy Treadaway from Cardiff School of Art and Design, Cardiff Metropolitan University, has been selected for the final for the Outstanding Dementia Care Product 2018 category in the National Dementia Care Awards 2018.
Read more about AHRC Funded LAUGH Project nominated for Outstanding Dementia Care Product 2018
Ten new research projects announced today, 8 November 2018, by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) will address issues facing Colombia’s transition from conflict to peace using the arts, humanities and social sciences.
Read more about UK and Colombian arts & humanities researchers set to work together for sustainable peace