Whirlpool, which is based on the true story of the American deafblind actvist Helen Keller, and her fight for civil rights, won the Inspiration Award (public category) at this year's Research in Film Awards.
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We've asked some our leading researchers to give their recommendations for winter reading. So if you’re after something to educate, inspire or otherwise capture your imagination then look no further
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Unearthing Elephant, which questions the imminent demolition and regeneration of Elephant & Castle shopping centre won the Doctoral Award or Early Career Film category at this year’s Research in Film Awards.
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A new report from the AHRC highlights the role arts and humanities research plays in developing our understanding of the environment and our place within it.
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The Shampoo Summit won the Innovation Award category at this year’s Research in Film Awards, for its innovative and captivating filming technique.
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As Blue Planet II continues to draw huge audiences, Professor Peter Coates looks back at a series that not only changed the way that television documentaries were made. It also changed our relationship with nature – and alerted Britain to the perilous state of marine ecosystems.
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BBC Wildlife Magazine's Ben Hoare discusses the new abundance of UK nature books
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The rise of robots is undoubtedly a hot topic and the focus of this year's Best Research Film of the Year winner. Find out more about this prize-winning film that poses a very serious but provocative question on robotics and pain.
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It is not just old books or out-of-print books that are lost. New ones can be too. And this warehouse can be either a port of discovery, a place of disembarkation and possibility. Or it can be a graveyard built from paper and card.
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Dr Charlotte Crofts walks us through Cary Grant’s Bristol in the lead up to her event ‘Looking for Archie’ which maps the Hollywood star’s life onto his hometown. Learn about Grant’s connection to the city and the places he returned to throughout his life.
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