Research at the UCL ISH has implications for organisations from across industry, culture and government, and our approach to it is always collaborative and cross-disciplinary.
We share our knowledge and experience openly to create a shared knowledge environment with our partners, whether by engaging practitioners, professionals or policymakers in our teaching, or the involvement of UK and international academics, heritage and industry partners in our research.
From policymakers and cultural institutions to major companies wishing to understand more about how dust settles on ageing, interest in heritage management and heritage science is continuously growing.
We’ve collaborated on research with many of the world’s leading organisations in the field, including Historic Royal Palaces, English Heritage, the Getty Conservation Institute and UNESCO.
Contact our academic staff or the UCL ISH Administrator to find out more.