A research project is exploring the meaning of Sufism in the modern age.
A research project is using technology to make visible London’s rich theatrical heritage
Over the course of 35 days in the summer of 2013, the King’s Theatre was closed to the public for a very special make-over. Photographer Ron O’Donnell documented the entire project from the drawing board to the final unveiling.
The latest film from the AHRC examines 'Leeds Stories of the Great War', a project undertaken by the University of Leeds that has been investigating the experiences of people who were living in Leeds during the First World War.
Four teams who have met through the UnBox LABS have the opportunity to sustain, develop and expand upon the collaborations formed.
A new exhibition is opening this summer, highlighting what was formerly the highest court of appeal for most colonies of the British Empire.
For the first time all seven UK research councils unite to fight AMR
UnBox Future Cities LABS follow on awards announced
Pop-up shop to target type-2 diabetes
On 8th and 9th August, The Know Sugar Shop will open to test an idea that could change our nation’s relationship with sugar. It will challenge Scotland’s collective sweet tooth and highlight the amount of hidden ‘bad’ sugars we consume every day.
New Generation Thinkers present at Latitude
In its ninth year Latitude, the annual music festival, will be hosting BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s 2014 New Generation Thinkers.
Burnishing the mirror of the heart
New Minister announces ‘cabinet’ to tackle antimicrobial resistance
Parliamentary Event on Big Data
MPs and peers are today (15th July) being given the opportunity to meet researchers across all disciplinary areas who work with Big Data
Mapping legal ‘crossroads of Empire’ summer exhibition
Workshop: Mixed Reality Game Design
This workshop event is part of the AHRC-funded Performance and Games Network, funded by the AHRC, and explores the collaborative space between performing arts and game design.
A new exhibition at The Hunterian in Glasgow is set to challenge the customary view of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, offering a fresh look at this familiar icon.
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28 Jul 2014, Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle
Premiere of new films on North East WW1 experiences
29 Jul 2014, Edinburgh Central Library, Edinburgh
Anglo-Scottish Migration Exhibition
19 Sep 2014, The Hunterian, University of Glasgow
Mackintosh Architecture - A New Study