Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC): Q&A Event
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To: Monday 10.08.20
The AHRC Infrastructure team is inviting colleagues in IROs, university collections, and the wider GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives and museums) sector to attend a virtual information and Q&A session
Q&A Event: Potential New Funding Opportunities for Research & Innovation Infrastructure in Arts and Humanities
This will begin with a short presentation followed by Q&A's on potential future funding opportunities focusing on renewal, upgrade and maintenance of existing facilities and equipment in conservation, heritage science, digital capture and specialist study spaces.
Registration for the event ends close of play on Friday 7 August 2020.
The UK’s world-leading status in research and innovation is in large part founded upon its network of internationally competitive, high-quality and accessible research and innovation infrastructure. This includes:
• Large-scale physical research facilities, equipment and sets of instruments, such as synchrotrons, research ships, scientific satellites and ‘living labs’ like The North Wyke Farm Platform
• Networks of technologies and e-infrastructures including data and computing systems and communication networks, including the high-performance computing service ARCHER
• Knowledge-based resources, including scientific, cultural and artistic collections and archives.
Please register by emailing email@example.com stating your name, full job title and institutional affiliation by close of play on Friday August 7, inserting ‘Infrastructure Q&A’ in the subject line. Questions may be submitted via the above email in advance of the event up until midday on 10 August.