Innovating in Combat

‘Innovating in Combat: telecommunications and intellectual property in the First World War’ is a collaborative project between University of Leeds and the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford and is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

The principal investigator of the project is Professor Graeme Gooday at the University of Leeds and co-investigator Dr Stephen Johnston at the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford with research assistance and administrative support provided by postdoctoral researcher Dr Elizabeth Bruton.

Additional partner organisations include:

The overall aim of the project is to help museums, archives, and the wider public to better appreciate the significance of telecommunications technologies and their usages during the Great War. The project draws upon the collective resources of partner museums and archives to deliver public events and generate electronic resources including educational materials.

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