The National Archives

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The National Archives (TNA) is the official archive of the UK government and for England and Wales, making available to the public a vast collection of historical records dating back over 1,000 years and including the UK Government Web Archive and legislation.gov.uk. Our goal is to be an archive for everyone, and we are taking an entrepreneurial, disruptive, and inclusive approach to reaching this aim. One important sector we serve is research, and as a UKRI Independent Research Organisation, we work across a wide range of disciplines in practice-led, applied, and foundational research. In addition to our own research, often in collaboration with HEIs, we co-supervise doctoral research, and enable tens of thousands of researchers a year to explore and navigate our analogue and digital collections to inform intellectual and material histories, archival and heritage sciences, digital research, family history, and creative inspiration.

Disciplines

Biological Sciences, Health & Food
E-Infrastructure & Data
Energy
Environment
Physical Sciences & Engineering
Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities
Public Policy or Delivering Public Services

 

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Public Contact email
research@nationalarchives.gov.uk
Telephone Number

020 8876 3444

Address

Greater London
TW9 4DU
United Kingdom

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