Arts and Humanities with Science

  • The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, 1674-1913  is a fully searchable edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing 197,745 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court.
    The Science of Crime
    The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, 1674-1913 is a fully searchable edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing 197,745 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court.
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  • Voicebox is a suite of content including simulation software that shows how the larynx works and how voice evolved.
    Voicebox - the physics and evolution of speech
    Voicebox is a suite of content including simulation software that shows how the larynx works and how voice evolved.
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  • A YouTube film showing how laser scanning and 3D printing brings a long lost building back to life
    Reconstructing the Past with 3D Printing
    A YouTube film showing how laser scanning and 3D printing brings a long lost building back to life
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  • Forensic zooarchaeology shows how molecular and isotopic analysis add to our understanding of the past, in particular our relationship with animals.
    Archaeological Science Learning Resource
    Forensic zooarchaeology shows how molecular and isotopic analysis add to our understanding of the past, in particular our relationship with animals.
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  • Not knowing your position at sea was one of the great problems of science. In 1714 the government decided to offer a huge prize to the person who could solve the problem. Would it be astronomers or craftsmen who won?
    The Quest for Longitude
    Not knowing your position at sea was one of the great problems of science. In 1714 the government decided to offer a huge prize to the person who could solve the problem. Would it be astronomers or craftsmen who won?
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  • Not knowing your position at sea was one of the great problems of science. In 1714 the government decided to offer a huge prize to the person who could solve the problem. Would it be astronomers or craftsmen who won?
    Finding Longitude
    Not knowing your position at sea was one of the great problems of science. In 1714 the government decided to offer a huge prize to the person who could solve the problem. Would it be astronomers or craftsmen who won?
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  •  This website contains all known Darwin publications, private papers and manuscripts, reproduced to the highest scholarly standards, both as searchable text and images.
    The complete works of Charles Darwin online - AHRC
    This website contains all known Darwin publications, private papers and manuscripts, reproduced to the highest scholarly standards, both as searchable text and images.
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  • From ancient history and heritage science to modern dance and digital content, the AHRC supports research in the arts and humanities. We have listed some of our top picks to use in the classroom.
    AHRC YouTube
    From ancient history and heritage science to modern dance and digital content, the AHRC supports research in the arts and humanities. We have listed some of our top picks to use in the classroom.
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