UCL’s partnership with Europe’s biggest conservation charity is enabling the heritage sector to benefit from transformative, co-created research and education.
Researchers from UCL have provided vital data analysis as part of London Borough of Camden’s Future High Streets programme.
The collaboration brings together UCL’s world-leading, heritage research with the National Trust’s significant on the ground expertise, and its important sites and collections.
Archaeologists at UCL and the British Museum have taken their links an important step further with a series of conferences, symposia, workshops and networking events.
Dr Mark Altaweel from the Faculty of Social & Historical Sciences is joining forces with non-governmental organisation Walk of Truth to help protect and promote Cyprus’ rich heritage.