NHSF responds to Autumn Statement
NHSF welcomes the government's investment in the UK's science base announced in yesterday's Autumn Statement, in particular the £3 billion announced for investment in existing research facilities and the intention to launch a process of international peer review on further proposals received in response to the BIS consultation earlier in the year.
NHSF celebrates successful first year
Members and friends of the National Heritage Science Forum celebrated a successful first year at an event held at the British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre on 11 November 2014.
DCMS announces new model for English Heritage following consultation
NHSF welcomes the announcement today of the creation of Historic England.
National Heritage Science Forum responds to Budget
The National Heritage Science Forum (NHSF) welcomes the recognition of cultural heritage in the Chancellor's Financial Statement on Wednesday 19th March, but calls for greater breadth in the range of charities and cultural heritage organisations able to benefit from the enhanced support.
Leading UK institutions: new ‘culture’ and revised approach to funding required for more effective collaborative research
A working culture and longer-term approach to funding that reflects the changing landscape of heritage science is essential for delivering impactful research, a team representing several of the UK's foremost cultural and academic institutions has found.