The latest news from the British Academy.
The new special issue of the Journal of the British Academy is part of a series highlighting the importance of SHAPE disciplines in understanding the complexities of environmental challenges and solutions.
The British Academy has awarded £1.25million to 143 small research projects across the UK
The UK must maintain its commitment to investing £22 billion in R&D in order to achieve the ambition of becoming a "science and technology superpower".
Embrace the insights of all research disciplines, the British Academy says.
New research into historical dimensions of the Anthropocene, ecological resilience, environmental protection, climate politics and more features in a special issue of the Journal of the British Academy.
The British Academy welcomes a "timely" report commissioned by Universities UK that underlines the significant economic contributions made by the higher education sector to the UK.
The British Academy today announced the University of Birmingham as the first regional hub of its Early Career Researcher Network.
Directors of boards of companies should be held accountable for determining and implementing the purposes of their companies according to a report published today by the British Academy.
Eight researchers and their collaborators have been awarded funding in the 2021 round of the APEX Awards.
A special issue of the Journal draws on multi-disciplinary research from across the humanities and social sciences to explore aspects of climate activism.
Leaders in UK business and industry will discuss the role of corporate purpose in the future of business at a virtual event marking the launch of “Policy and Practice for Purposeful Business”, a new report by the British Academy.
The British Academy Book Prize, and international award worth £25,000, rewards and celebrates the best works of non-fiction that have contributed to public understanding of world cultures.
Policy specialists and academics in the humanities and social sciences highlight the role played by frequently overlooked forms of peace agreements in international peacebuilding.
The British Academy awards a selection of prizes and medals today for notable contributions to fields within the humanities and social sciences including Linguistics, Cultural History and Biblical Studies.
The British Academy has awarded funding to six new humanities and social sciences research projects examining issues related to “Ethical futures: realities, responsibilities and resourcefulness”
Responding to this year’s A level data, the new President of the British Academy, Julia Black, has welcomed the rising take-up of many SHAPE subjects but cautioned more work needs to be done to reverse the overall downwards trend seen in other subjects
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