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The Newspaper Moves Programme safeguards the long-term future of the national newspaper collection
A videogame and interactive fiction design competition for UK higher education students
This AHRC-funded project studied the use of speech recognition technologies
The Partition and Independence of India is approached as a culmination of various socio-political developments of the la...
The Partition of Bengal in 1905 and subsequent roll-back of the decision in 1912 elicited various responses from people...
A fresh look at how the story of Alice has inspired contemporary designers
Save our Sounds is our programme to preserve the nation’s sound heritage.
Using life story methods to understand the UK Women’s Liberation Movement
A two-year research project asking key questions about academic books
For the first time, the British Library is sharing its most important literary icons with audiences in China.
Codex Sinaiticus is one of the two earliest Christian Bibles
This 2016 project investigated the future of radio and radio archives.
An EC Funded project to establish seamless integration between articles, data, and researchers across the research lifec...
This project aims to transform perceptions of topographical imagery.
An international collaboration to digitise South Asian printed books