Opportunities for humanities

January 31, 2003

Researchers in the arts and humanities can look forward to more funding opportunities after last week's announcement that the Arts and Humanities Research Board is to become a research council.

AHRB chief executive Geoffrey Crosswick is already planning bids for new programmes in the next spending review.

The AHRB's £70 million budget will come through the Office of Science and Technology.

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