Event
19 / 7 / 2018
A hackathon hosted by the York Castle Museum in partnership with the University of York and the University of Glasgow 
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University of York researchers win £74,000 Historic England funding to support community led burial space research
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Our 2017 Summer School students working within the wider Object-Based Broadcasting project present their latest blog post on Hackastory.  September 2017.
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How data sets taken from an esports match of the game DOTA 2 might be used to highlight issues surrounding widening participation and inequalities within the esports and gaming industries.
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We are delighted to announce that VikingVR has won an award for Excellence in Media Arts. The DC Labs VikingVR team celebrate their success at the annual York Culture Awards, hosted by Make it York.
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Burial spaces are situated within communities across England.  As well as providing a place for commemoration and burial, they also fulfil a range of other personal, environmental and social functions.
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Co-Investigator, Falmouth University 
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People in the UK spend, on average, nearly 4 hours per day watching television, as factual and fictional stories unfold which help us learn about and assign meaning to the world around us.
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Gamification for Better living in the cities by Influencing Tourist behaviour
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Co-Investigator, Archaeology
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Co-Investigator, Archaeology, University of Glasgow
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Environmental Policy In Simulation, Open Data, and Engagement Developing games and interactive experiences to engage the public with open data.
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Every day, millions of citizen volunteers help scientists answer fundamental research questions by playing games: Citizen science games t...