A computer that can write sonnets has been making headlines, but an AHRC-funded project brought back to life a Victorian poetry machine that was a sensation in its day.
Read more about Eureka machine beats poetry-writing bot by nearly 200 years
The British women's hockey team has been a remarkable success in recent years.But while the team may seem to have burst out of nowhere, hockey has a long history of success.
Read more about How hockey paved the way for women's sport in the UK
A Welsh outlaw was hanged in 1290. But he miraculously came back to life and went on pilgrimage - accompanied by the Norman lord who had tried to execute him.
Read more about Research project brings forgotten medieval pilgrimage alive
The Arts and Humanities Research Council would like to invite you to share with us your suggestions for summer reads.
Read more about AHRC summer reads
In 1918 a flu pandemic swept across the world lasting two years from January 1918 - December 1920.
Read more about Remembering the Spanish Flu
How the Arts and Humanities Research Council is working with the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to advise and influence policymakers and help address key issues
Read more about Researchers bring fresh thinking to Government policy
A new AHRC-funded project studying marine cultural heritage along the coast of east Africa in Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique and Madagascar conducting research on coastal and offshore infrastructure developments exploring ways in which local communities can engage with marine heritage for educational, social, and economic development.
Read more about Rising from the Depths network
The battle to find ways to stop the spread of these dangerous new bacteria is being fought fiercely on many fronts. But not just by the scientists that you might typically associate with hospitals
Read more about How design can complement science to slow antibiotic resistance at veterinary practices
What do the changing ways that we use to remember those we loved, tell us about the way society itself is changing?
Read more about How we remember our dead and what it says about us
A new project being carried out by IRO Historic Royal Palaces is revealing a previously little-known aspect of their rule: their incredible tents.
Read more about The Tudors' incredible 'Portable Palaces'