Cooperative Research on Environmental Problems in Europe (CREPE) is a large project funded by the 'Science in Society' programme of the European Commission.
This two-year Research Seminar Series, funded by the ESRC, challenges assumptions about the decline of the public sphere in the face of 'neo-liberal' challenges to public institutions, processes of individualization and transformations of collective solidarities.
Interdependence Day describes a series of projects and events designed to provoke new thinking about how we should act in our interconnected world through collaborations between researchers, publics, artists and performers, NGO's and the media.
This two-year ESRC funded project interrogated the national moorings of the ‘National’ Health Service by highlighting the contributions of South Asians to the development of geriatric medicine in the UK.
This eighteen month project is investigating how people experience designed urban environments. Many commentators have assumed that changes in how towns look have implications for how towns feel to the people who use them.