Discover how organisations and researchers are using ResearchSpace

Discover how organisations and researchers are using ResearchSpace

2021-11-05T13:49:02+00:00

Circulating Artefacts

The Circulating Artefacts (CircArt) project is an initiative against the widespread global trade in illicit antiquities. Launched in March 2018, CircArt’s ResearchSpace platform currently focuses on antiquities from Egypt and Sudan. It’s designed as a tool for all, irrespective of background or profession, who want to help counteract the looting and trafficking of cultural artefacts.
See more about CircArt
2021-11-05T13:49:08+00:00

Late Hokusai

The Late Hokusai ResearchSpace platform emerged from the International Exhibition on Hokusai’s later works, “Late Hokusai: Thought, Society & Technique”, and has since been expanded to include Hokusai’s Great Picture Book of Everything. Read only public access is currently available here with new research being made available regularly.
See more about Late Hokusai
2021-11-05T13:49:44+00:00

Sphaera CorpusTracer

The Sphere project investigates the knowledge tradition that is interwoven with the history of De sphaera of Johannes de Sacrobosco. ResearchSpace has been chosen to build a database of 359 books printed between 1472 and 1650, which contain the text of or are closely related to John of Sacrobosco’s treatise De sphaera mundi.
Explore Sphaera database
2021-11-05T13:50:10+00:00

Gravitate

The Gravitate project used ResearchSpace to bring together geometric and semantic data analysis and provide a new and more effective method of re-associating, reassembling or reunifying cultural objects that have been broken or dispersed over time.
Read more about Gravitate
2021-11-05T13:50:15+00:00

SealiT

In Sealit, Seafaring Lives in Transition. Mediterranean Maritime Labour and Shipping during Globalization, 1850s-1920s, ResearchSpace is used for quantitative analysis.
See more about SealiT
2021-11-05T13:49:02+00:00

Circulating Artefacts

The Circulating Artefacts (CircArt) project is an initiative against the widespread global trade in illicit antiquities. Launched in March 2018, CircArt’s ResearchSpace platform currently focuses on antiquities from Egypt and Sudan. It’s designed as a tool for all, irrespective of background or profession, who want to help counteract the looting and trafficking of cultural artefacts.
See more about CircArt
2021-11-05T13:49:08+00:00

Late Hokusai

The Late Hokusai ResearchSpace platform emerged from the International Exhibition on Hokusai’s later works, “Late Hokusai: Thought, Society & Technique”, and has since been expanded to include Hokusai’s Great Picture Book of Everything. Read only public access is currently available here with new research being made available regularly.
See more about Late Hokusai
2021-11-05T13:49:44+00:00

Sphaera CorpusTracer

The Sphere project investigates the knowledge tradition that is interwoven with the history of De sphaera of Johannes de Sacrobosco. ResearchSpace has been chosen to build a database of 359 books printed between 1472 and 1650, which contain the text of or are closely related to John of Sacrobosco’s treatise De sphaera mundi.
Explore Sphaera database
2021-11-05T13:50:10+00:00

Gravitate

The Gravitate project used ResearchSpace to bring together geometric and semantic data analysis and provide a new and more effective method of re-associating, reassembling or reunifying cultural objects that have been broken or dispersed over time.
Read more about Gravitate
2021-11-05T13:50:15+00:00

SealiT

In Sealit, Seafaring Lives in Transition. Mediterranean Maritime Labour and Shipping during Globalization, 1850s-1920s, ResearchSpace is used for quantitative analysis.
See more about SealiT