The Imaging and Sensing for Archaeology, Art history and Conservation (ISAAC) Lab at our partner Nottingham Trent University, is holding a free, two-day interdisciplinary workshop on March 28-29, 2019. This workshop aims to bring together those engaged in the study of heritage from different backgrounds (historians, curators, archaeologists, conservators and heritage scientists) to illustrate how science can address a wide range of research questions related to heritage objects and to foster interdisciplinary collaboration between the participants. See here for more information and to reserve your place.
E-RIHS PP IS A PROJECT FUNDED BY THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION H2020-INFRADEV-2016-2, UNDER GRANT AGREEMENT N.739503
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