The National Heritage Science Forum brings together the producers and users of heritage science to improve collaboration, help practitioners make better use of research, and demonstrate the public benefit of heritage science.
Our member organisations are the driving force behind everything we do. They shape the Forum's strategy, lead its work streams and play an active part in delivering its programmes. Join us as we deliver the National Heritage Science Strategy and help shape the future of heritage science in the UK.
RICHeS - Research Infrastructure for Conservation and Heritage Science
The value of investment in heritage science research and innovation infrastructure is increasingly being recognised by research funders.
Networking and support
SEMINAR SERIES to showcase emerging heritage science researchers and students. MENTORING PROGRAMME for student and early career researchers. NETWORKING PLATFORM for information-sharing.
Developing an impact toolkit for heritage science
The April Members' Meeting brought members together to discuss how to develop a toolkit to measure the impact of heritage science.
Societal challenges and heritage science research
The NHSF research working group has identified five societal grand challenges to inspire and encourage connections between heritage science research and five issues of importance to society.
Equipment sharing: NHSF Kit-Catalogue
The NHSF Kit-Catalogue is a searchable database of equipment and facilities used for heritage science research.
A strategic framework for heritage science in the UK was launched in December 2018 and the Forum is now co-coordinating its delivery.