The best partnerships bring advantages for both parties – as one collaboration funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) clearly shows.
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Even the most alluring business ideas can benefit from some expert help turning them into reality.
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From a full musicological analysis of Björk’s artistic output to new ways of understanding and appreciating the musician's work.
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Television has always been a tough business: but in an increasingly globalised world in the thrall of a succession of technical revolutions that have swept through broadcasting, it's got even tougher.
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Museum curators from Newcastle have teamed up with local English scholars to develop an unprecedented insight into one of the UK’s best-loved children’s authors.
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How one southwest company has benefitted from close collaboration with arts and humanities academics to gain a greater understanding of their customers
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Nadia-Anne Ricketts is keeping the craft of weaving alive by merging it with digital technology and creating an innovative business in the process.
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Professor Andrew Chitty, The AHRC’s Creative Economy Champion, responds to the Bazalgette Review into the creative industries.
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Dr Lucy Taylor, an AHRC-funded early career fellow based at the Library of Congress, Washington, tells us about dance, manhood, and warefare amongst the Acholic people of Northern Uganda.
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Read about how a Research Fellow has gained international recognition and generated thousands of pages of enthusiastic and practical debate not about what games are or do, but what they can be.
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