The shortlist for the AHRC’s Research in Film Awards is out, the judges have cast their votes – And ahead of the awards ceremony on 9 November, we've spoken to some of the judges to hear what they think about the awards.
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The Arts and Humanities Research Council would like to invite you to share with us your suggestions for summer reads.
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We asked you to send in your recommendations for superb summer reads. We’ve picked some of our favourites and put them below with some top recommendations from AHRC staff to form the ultimate summer reading list.
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With the AHRC-Smithsonian Fellowships in Digital Scholarship call currently open, we spoke to a PhD student who’s already had the chance of a placement at the Smithsonian.
Read more about AHRC-Smithsonian Fellowships: Using Smithsonian's data to create a new interactive timeline
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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More than a decade after it received AHRC funding, a digitisation project continues to impact across the world
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Antibiotics are at the heart of modern medicine, but the efficacy of these miracle drugs is waning. Non-scientific disciplines have their part to play in helping apply lessons learned in the laboratory to the real world.
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With fewer than two weeks until the cross-council Antimicrobial Resistance call closes, the AHRC's Design Fellow, Professor Paul Rodgers, tells us why it is vital that the arts and humanities are involved in the challenge.
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Read more about Archive discovery by AHRC leadership fellows hits the headlines
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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