Heritage Together project gets awarded

It is with great pleasure that we announce, that the “co-production of alternative views of lost heritage” application AH/L007916/1 has been recommended for funding by the AHRC and is part of the “Digital Transformations in Community Research: Co-production in the Arts and Humanities” scheme. The project is a partnership between Bangor University, MMU and Aberystwyth University. Dr Roberts (the Principle Investigator for the project) writes

“This is fantastic news. It will enable us to further develop our research in photogrammetry, alternative representations and metric sensing for heritage, and to get the public involved in co-production and creation of new heritage assets”.

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