Monthly Archives: July 2016

Brexit and Heritage Science

By Professor Matija Strlic* Two weeks have passed since the referendum on the UK Membership of the EU and the importance of the momentous decision is beginning to sink in. In the UK, on the European mainland, as well as elsewhere, the past and future are being intensively scrutinised, questioned and despite extreme differences in views, […]

The Heritage Science Podcast – Episode 4 – Fakes

Guests: Alexandra Bridarolli , Nicholas Eastaugh and Ian Freestone Presenter: Hayley Simon First released: July 6th 2011 In episode 4, guests Dr Nicholas Eastaugh, director of Art Analysis and Research, UCL Professor of Archaeological Materials and Technology Ian Freestone and SEAHA student Alexandra Bridarolli discuss how to spot a fake from a real artifact or […]