Gareth Davies, Director-General for Business and Science in the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, and Andrew Thompson, Chief Executive of the AHRC, discuss how academic research can inform better policy-making.
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New research, led by the University of Leeds, is exploring how to link 360-degree photography of the site to relevant archive material such as films, photographs, diaries, news footage and oral testimonies, to create an interactive and immersive virtual environment.
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Two AHRC-funded projects are giving us rich insights into the important role played by Jewish calendars in the early Middle Ages.
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A new free online course aims to help us all better analyse how we understand money.
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A group of archaeologists and historians are setting out to 'bust the myths' surrounding 17th century 'witch bottles'
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A collaborative research project in Birmingham has succeeded in exposing the remarkable depth and richness of an 80-year period in the history of the city’s south-western suburbs
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We speak to award-winning journalist and author Rob Cowen about his book, Common Ground, being voted the third best-loved piece of nature writing in the UK
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Tarka the Otter needed defending. In an age of social media and online advocacy someone had to step up and promote the book for a new generation
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With over 270 books nominated for our poll of the UK's favourite nature book, we spoke to researcher Dr Pippa Marland about the spectrum of UK nature books
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An innovative collaboration between the University of Oxford and the National Trust is enhancing visitor engagement
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