This searching historical analysis of the rise and fall of hormone pregnancy tests was part funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
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Amna Nazir, a former AHRC-funded doctoral student, talked to us about her experience completing a PhD with the Midlands3Cities DTP and the impact it had on her career.
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Agata Frymus, a former AHRC-funded doctoral student, talked to us about her experiences as a White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities (WRoCAH) DTP doctoral student and the impact this has had on her career.
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The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) is supporting 16 public engagement with research projects with grants of up to £10,000 to inspire public imagination in the Census.
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AHRC-funded doctoral student, Lynda Clark, talked to us about how her experiences as a Midlands3Cities Doctoral Training Partnership doctoral student and how her participation in the National Productivity Investment Fund (NPIF)-funded Innovation Placement scheme helped her career.
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Juliet Jacques, a former AHRC-funded doctoral student, talked to us about her experiences as a Chase DTP doctoral student, the opportunities being part of a cohort provided and advice she would offer to current doctoral students.
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Former AHRC-funded doctoral student, Creative Economy Engagement Fellowship (CEEF) fellow and current RCUK/UKRI Innovation Fellows award holder, Karen Patel sat down to talk to us about her career to date and how she has used the skills and knowledge gained during her doctoral studies and CEEF fellowship to progress in academia.
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A perfect storm of Brexit, sustainability and COVID-19 means the fashion and textiles industry is facing unprecedented challenges. Two AHRC-funded programmes are bringing together academics and industry – and helping to navigate these choppy waters.
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On 7 July, Times Higher Education published an article by AHRC Executive Chair, Professor Andrew Thompson, reflecting on how universities are in a powerful position to help societies address history in a way that informs the present and shapes the future
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We asked people that are passionate about the cultural and creative industries to make some suggestions for what they’d like to see in the first collection of the Museum of Boundless Creativity.
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