Monthly Archives: February 2015

SEAHA Students: Heritage Science in Action

Heritage science and the public sector

By Scott Allan Orr Heritage science is used to not fitting in. Straddling a vaulted archway between scientific research and cultural preservation, management, and communication, it has often struggled to eke out it’s position in the context of economic and political shifts. Semantics aside, anything that is self-defined as inter-, trans-, and cross-disciplinary without a safe […]

COSCH Training School Group Photo

Colour & Space in Cultural Heritage

Colour & Space in Cultural Heritage (COSCH): a training school on hyperspectral imaging By E. Keats Webb In December 2014, the COST (European Cooperation in Science & Technology) Action: Colour & Space in Cultural Heritage (COSCH) brought together professionals from throughout Europe for a Training School on hyperspectral imaging of 2D polychrome surfaces. The training […]