The Ordered Universe project featured today at Durham University’s Celebrating Arts and Humanities Research Day. The second annual event of its kind, the day showcased research from the past year from all of the departments within the Faculty (History, English, Classics, Theology and Religion, Music, Philosophy, and Modern Languages and Cultures). Books, articles, writing for the popular press, experiments, artwork and video recording were displayed at St Chad’s College, Cassidy Atrium. It was a privilege to be able to share Ordered Universe material, the academic work, as well as the collaborations with the Projection Studio, the National Glass Centre and with sculptor Alexandra Carr. We were able to include Alex’s Leverhulme Artist in Residence Scheme, Sculpting with Light, as well. The event was very well attended, expertly marshalled by Dr John Nash, Deputy PVC for Arts and Humanities Research and Mel Lyons, and included talks from the PVC Arts and Humanities, David Cowling and VC Stuart Corbridge. The History section was curated by Professor Christian Liddy and Zoe Gardner.