People living with advanced dementia often become withdrawn, depressed and 'locked in'. But play can offer a way back out, according to a remarkable multidisciplinary project based at Cardiff Metropolitan University.
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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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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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Tate is leading the way in showing what an adventurous AHRC IROs can achieve when a commitment to research underpins everything it does.
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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.
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The new multi-million pound Innovation for Games and Media Enterprise (InGAME) project is proving just what can be achieved through a genuine partnership between academia and the creative industries.
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The ITV production of Sanditon has grabbed viewers – and headlines – with its occasionally racy interpretation of Jane Austen's unfinished novel. But the popularity of Andrew Davies' production also illustrates the value of an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) project to digitise the author's manuscripts.
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A research project is looking at how Ancient philosophy can improve our everyday lives.
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Both government and academia have a lot to gain from finding new ways to work better together, as delegates on the three-day Engaging with Government programme will learn this week.
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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.
Read more about How the poor contested the New Poor Law of 1834