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Let's Dance

Researchers are helping to develop an app for anyone interested in dance, one that they think will have application for other art forms too

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The poet who loved the War

A groundbreaking BBC documentary calls for a re-evaluation of writer and composer Ivor Gurney.

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Raise a glass

Academics are collaborating with entrepreneurs through one of the AHRC’s Knowledge Exchange Hubs to develop exciting new products and services

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Meet the future of news

The Creative Economy showcase is set to hear about a collaborative project that’s helping audiences engage with contemporary news through murders committed 125 years ago.

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Funding Opportunity

Connected Communities Programme Festival: Early Career Researcher Development Call

01/04/2014

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Invitation to submit Expressions of Interest to attend the Connected Communities Festival on 1st & 2nd July 2014 and an ECR Research Development Workshop on the 3rd July 2014.

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Funding Opportunity

AHRC/Design Council - Bristol and Bath design research project

01/04/2014

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The AHRC are looking for a multi-disciplinary research team, including design expertise, to carry out an in-depth study examining how businesses and public sector organisations in the Bristol and Bath area use design.

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News

Charting the growth of Britain's taste for tea

26/03/2014

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Computer experts have joined forces with historians to shed light on one of the 19th century’s great social transformations... How Britain gave up coffee to become a nation of tea drinkers.

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Let's Dance

01/04/2014

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Researchers are helping to develop an app for anyone interested in dance, one that they think will have application for other art forms too

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Event

Open World Research Initiative Launch

28/03/2014

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The AHRC is pleased to announce details for the launch of a major new funding initiative in modern languages: the Open World Research Initiative (OWRI).

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Feature

The poet who loved the War

26/03/2014

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A groundbreaking BBC documentary calls for a re-evaluation of writer and composer Ivor Gurney.

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Event

Connected Communities Festival 2014 Early Career Researcher Workshop

01/04/2014

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This open call invites Early Career Researchers (ECRs) to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to attend, and contribute to, the ECR Research Development Workshop taking place on day three (3rd July) of the Connected Communities Festival 2014.

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News

Study uncovers new approach to autism

26/03/2014

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Research reveals that autistic children who take part in drama and performance-based activities may demonstrate improved communication levels and interpersonal interaction.

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News

AHRC launch Beyond the Trenches

24/03/2014

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As part of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, the AHRC have launched a blog reflecting on arts and humanities research into the war.

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Medieval Storytelling Engaging the Next Generation

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