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.
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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
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What do the changing ways that we use to remember those we loved, tell us about the way society itself is changing?
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A new project being carried out by IRO Historic Royal Palaces is revealing a previously little-known aspect of their rule: their incredible tents.
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What did it feel like to be poor in Victorian Britain? 'In Their Own Write', a new collaboration aims to find out.
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Tate is leading the way in showing what an adventurous AHRC IROs can achieve when a commitment to research underpins everything it does.
Read more about How having IRO status helped Tate build a truly adventurous research programme
The answer might be by allowing them to explore the work on their own terms by placing it in an experimental mixed-reality environment, according to researchers behind a remarkable new project at the V&A, Immersive Dickens.
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The Arts and Humanities Research Council's Leadership Fellows scheme is a chance to focus intently on your research goals and discover new interests as well, according to Professor Abigail Green.
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The arts and humanities are “the public's greatest route towards health and wellbeing” and a “shadow NHS”, according to the world's first Professor of Health Humanities, Paul Crawford.
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With the Easter Holidays rapidly approaching, it's the perfect time to introduce your children to the historical artefacts in our galleries and museums. And now poet Michael Rosen is part of a remarkable new project bringing them to life for a new generation.
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