‘Putting Flesh on the Bones: Unlocking the Calvin Wells Archive and Book Collection’ at the University of Bradford

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The Calvin Wells Archive Collection, created by renowned palaeopathologist Calvin Wells (1908-1978) will be the focus of a brand new cataloguing project thanks to a grant of nearly £140,000 from the Wellcome Trust. The project which started in June 2017 and will run for 18 months, will undertake the cataloguing, digitisation and promotion of the […]

Life and death in 1960’s Civil Service: Whitehall Study I collection now available

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Chris Olver, Cataloguing Archivist, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine has been at the centre of excellence for epidemiology and medical statistics for 90 years. Researchers at the school have contributed to our understanding of disease outbreaks, effectiveness of drug and vaccination treatments and effect of […]

Workshop on handling sensitivity issues in scientific and medical collections

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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Health Archives and Records Group   Workshop on handling sensitivity issues in scientific and medical collections   Friday 17 July 2017, 09:30 to 16:15 (BST)   Report of Proceedings Organisers: Geoff Browell (Head of Archive Services, King’s College London and HARG Chair) Clare Button (Project Archivist, Centre […]

TIHR 70 Festival programme goes live!

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Posted on behalf of Juliet Scott, Business Development Manager & Festival Director   We are delighted to launch the website for ‘Reimagining Human Relations in Our Time’, a festival celebrating 70 years of the Tavistock Institute.   At the heart of the festival is the Institute’s archive which over the last two years has been intricately […]