Workshop on ‘What can heritage science do for you?’
In partnership with the University of Cambridge Museums (UCM), we are running a one-day workshop at the British Library on Tuesday 12 March 2019 to explore the benefits of heritage science research in the context of collections-based research and outreach activities.
December newsletter is out!
In our December newsletter, catch up on the launch of the new strategic framework for heritage science, learn about our new strategic partnership with E-RIHS UK and our upcoming workshop with the University of Cambridge Museums...
E-RIHS UK and NHSF announce new strategic partnership
A new strategic partnership is announced today between E-RIHS UK and the National Heritage Science Forum (NHSF).
November newsletter is out!
In our November newsletter, find out about the launch of a new strategic framework for heritage science, our Gold Open Access Fund and more...
October Newsletter is out!
In our October newsletter, catch up on the latest information regarding Brexit and Horizon 2020 funding, the Museum's Partnership Framework, funding opportunities and more...
EXTENDED: NHSF Chair of the Board of Trustees (Voluntary)
The National Heritage Science Forum (NHSF) is seeking a new Chair for its Board of Trustees.
SEAHA Conference 2018 - catch up online
Did you miss the SEAHA 2018 Conference in June? Catch up now through an online recap and video recordings.
In our August newsletter, catch up on Brexit and policy updates, find out how to get your research professionally photographed, discover the new Places of Science scheme and more...
Civil Society Strategy: Building a Future that Works for Everyone
In its new Civil Society Strategy, the Government sets out how it will work with and for civil society in the long-term to create a country that works for everyone. The Strategy is full of opportunities for heritage science - read our Briefing Note to find out more!
Brexit White Paper: Highlights for Heritage Science
The Government's Brexit White Paper, outlining its position for a future relationship with the EU, dedicates whole sections to science innovation and culture & education. Our new briefing note highlights the points relevant to the heritage science sector.
July Newsletter Out Now!
This month, UKRI-EPSRC establish a policy baseline, DCMS and Research England launch new funds, SEAHA release conference videos and more...
June newsletter out now!
This month, we bring you updates on NHSF activities, government news, and current opportunities in science and heritage.
NHSF consultation on a new National Heritage Science Strategy
Have your say on NHSF's proposal for an updated National Heritage Science Strategy (2018-2023) by taking our 12-minute survey.
Our March newsletter is out!
Read our Industrial Strategy Briefing Note, take part in the consultation for the new National Heritage Science Strategy, find out about the Culture is Digital report - all in this month's issue, along with our usual array of heritage science news, events and opportunities.
Survey - Heritage Science careers: opportunities and barriers
Survey open as part of research into heritage science postgraduate training and careers in the UK.
Tate awarded new NHSF Gold Open Access publication grant
Tate is the newest recipient of our Gold Open Access grant for the publication of heritage science research. The grant allowed the publication of research conducted as part of the Cleaning Modern Oil Paints project.
Brexit Science & Innovation summit - TOMORROW
The Science & Technology Select Committee (Commons) will be hosting a summit on Brexit and science on Thursday 22 February 2018, 9 am - 12.30 pm, which will be livestreamed.
February newsletter out now!
This month, we're looking at opportunities for heritage science in the Mendoza review and the future of DCMS, as well as our usual heritage science news, events, job opportunities and more.
Guidelines for blog contributions
The National Heritage Science Forum runs a blog as a way of bringing heritage science to a wider audience. We run campaigns for wider events in the world of heritage and culture, like British Science Week or Heritage Open Days. Want to contribute to our blog? Find out how!
Heritage Science and the Mendoza Review of Museums in England
The Mendoza Review identifies nine strategic priorities for England's museums, all of which present opportunities for heritage science. Read our briefing note to find out more!
January newsletter out now
Read our January newsletter for updates on NHSF projects, an overview of the latest Government developments and what they mean for heritage, sector news and more!
Job Opportunity: UK Project Coordinator for the European Heritage Science Research Infrastructure
The UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage (ISH) is recruiting a project coordinator for the UK branch of H2020 project E-RIHS.