Pollard the 3D Penguin in the IHR Library

Pollard the 3D Penguin in the IHR Library

To tie in with this year’s Being Human Festival theme of ‘Lost and Found’, the IHR Library recently installed a new exhibition focused on the four points of the compass and the library’s resources for each geographical area. I was tasked with...
The Food and Drinke of Samuel Pepys

The Food and Drinke of Samuel Pepys

This week is Being Human, the annual festival of the humanities and the arts – this year on the theme of ‘Lost and Found’. For its contribution, the IHR takes you back to the 1660s, and the loss of Charles II’s warship, The London, which sank in the Thames estuary in...
Open Access Week 2017: share and aware

Open Access Week 2017: share and aware

Researcher awareness and engagement with open access data and sharing is increasing, that is according to a 2017 State of Open Data Report published by Figshare this week. This does not come as a surprise to me and, as a publisher of open access research in a variety...
BBIH and the occult (for History Day 2017)

BBIH and the occult (for History Day 2017)

As 31 October looms we all know what that means, no not Halloween, but History Day. And of course the theme this year is the occult and all things that go bump in the night. BBIH is a big supporter of History Day –  it’s well organised with lots of participants...
3D history at the IHR

3D history at the IHR

This post was written by Philip Carter, Head of IHR Digital. To see the 3D printer in action visit the IHR stand at History Day. Free registration is here. On History Day, on 31 October, IHR Digital will demonstrate its new 3D printer and 3D imaging equipment. This...