November 2019 newsletter is out!
In our November newsletter, you can read a report on this month's member meeting, find out what happened at the AGM, and learn about all the latest policy news, as well as upcoming events and calls for papers.
NHSF 2019-20 Prospectus
Our 2019-20 prospectus has been published. It summarises NHSF’s priorities for the coming year and also includes information on joining the Forum.
Heritage Science highlighted in UKRI Research Infrastructure Programme
The heritage community in the UK welcomes today the publication of the findings of the UKRI Research Infrastructure Programme.
October 2019 Newsletter is out!
Read our October newsletter to find out about updates from member members, NHSF's contribution to the E-RIHS.UK steering group, heritage science collaboration at the Heritage Alliance international event, the latest policy news, jobs opportunities and much more...
Citizen Science Exploration Grants
Exciting news has been announced by UK Research and Innovation. They are launching a £400,000 funding call to encourage researchers and innovators to experiment with citizen science.
September 2019 Newsletter is out!
Read our September newsletter to find out about the latest policy news, job and funding opportunities, calls for papers and the upcoming open data events ahead of open access week.
PhD Studentship in Conservation
Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Cardiff University and English Heritage are offering a collaborative doctoral partnership studentship into the ‘Conservation of Late 19th and 20th Century Artillery Pieces’.
August 2019 Newsletter is out!
Do you want to join our board of trustees as either secretary or honorary treasurer? Find out how to apply in this month's newsletter. Also, read about the latest governmental appointments and policy news relating to heritage science, as well as the latest events and funding opportunities.
NHSF members contribute to new UNESCO report on Cultural Heritage Innovation
The UK National Commission for UNESCO (UKNC) has published a report that shows how the UK is world-leading in innovation in the cultural heritage sector. Many NHSF members contributed to it and it shows great examples of how heritage science exemplifies innovation in cultural heritage.
Newsletter, July 2019
The July newsletter includes a report on our first 'member meeting' which focussed on the 'Skilled and Diverse Heritage Science Community' strand of the strategic framework for heritage science, plus a round-up of policy news, funding announcements and conferences.
June 2019 newsletter
Our June newsletter brings you up to date with UK Research and Innovation developments as well as news from across the heritage sector, jobs and events.
May 2019 Newsletter now available
In our May newsletter, find out about our upcoming plans for the next year, read a summary of what we have achieved in the past year, and learn about the many upcoming events for heritage science...
April 2019 newsletter is out!
In our April newsletter, find out who the new chairman for NHSF is, read the latest policy news, including on Brexit, and learn about the upcoming heritage science events...
Welcome to our new Chair - Nigel Llewellyn
The trustees of the National Heritage Science Forum (NHSF) are delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Nigel Llewellyn as Chairman of the Board of Trustees from March 2019.
March 2019 newsletter is out!
In our March newsletter, read about the latest updates to the strategic framework for heritage science, recap on our British Science Week 2019 blog series, and access presentations from last month's 'Making Heritage Science FAIR and Impactful' event...
February 2019 newsletter is out!
In our February newsletter, find out about the latest contributions to our strategic framework for heritage science, a recap on our data event & the opportunity to blog for us for British Science Week ...
Call for Guest Bloggers for NHSF British Science Week Series – Citizen Heritage Science
To celebrate British Science Week (8-17 March 2019), the National Heritage Science Forum will be publishing a series of blog posts showcasing the excellent work of heritage scientists in using science and technology to understand, manage and engage with heritage.This year we want to focus on research or projects related to Citizen Heritage Science.
Seminar- Making Heritage Science Data FAIR and Impactful
NHSF, E-RIHS.uk and Icon Heritage Science Group are working together to host a seminar that will explore how the FAIR principles can be applied to heritage data.