CDH Partners in Major New Digital Creativity Hub

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The CDH are partners in an £18 million Digital Creativity (DC) Hub which aims to spark a revolution by harnessing cutting edge research in digital games and interactive media to benefit society.

The Centre for Digital Heritage is a partner in an £18 million Digital Creativity (DC) Hub which aims to spark a revolution by harnessing cutting edge research in digital games and interactive media to benefit society. CDH partners have been involved from the outset in developing the bid and will be collaborating with researchers at York and other institutions over the next five years to explore the intersections between digital heritage, games and interactive media.

Researchers at the University of York will be collaborating with partners at Falmouth University, Goldsmiths (University of London) and Cass Business School as well as more than 80 partners from industry and the third sector.

Visit the Digital Creativity Hub website for more information.