Special episode of the Heritage Science Podcast, reporting from the 2nd International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology. Event Date: 20-21st June 2016 Location: University of Oxford, School of Geography and the Environment Thanks to all delegates who participated in the recording. This conference was organised by SEAHA CDT, endorsed by […]
The Indoor Air Quality – In heritage and historic environments Conference. Where do we go from here?
By Sarah Hunt This years’ Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in Heritage and Historic Environments conference, hosted by Birmingham Museums, took place on 3-4 March 2016. With 25 talks, a plethora of topics were covered including research on indoor pollutants, dust, display case design and artefact damage; topics the average museum-goer wouldn’t give a second thought. […]
Registration is now open for the 2nd international conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology (SEAHA), hosted by the University of Oxford School of Geography and the Environment on 20th and 21st June 2016. The conference aims to provide a platform for scientists, researchers, engineers, professionals, practitioners, entrepreneurs, and policy-makers, to engage, discuss […]
2nd International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage, and Archaeology (SEAHA) Hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 20-21 June 2016 The 2nd International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage, and Archaeology will be held at the University of Oxford School of Geography […]
Student & Early Career Researchers Symposium 16-17 March 2016, Old Ship Hotel, Brighton, United Kingdom The aim of this year’s European Archaeological Council (EAC) symposium is to explore exciting developments in digital technologies and consider how they may become embedded in general archaeological policy and practice over the next few years. As ambassadors of the […]
By E. Keats Webb In November 2015 the Heritage Consortium AHRC Centre for Doctoral Training and the EPSRC SEAHA Centre for Doctoral Training organised a training workshop on heritage public policy engagement. In preparing for the training, I came across an article about research policy and cultural heritage imaging that provided a new perspective for […]
In January 2015, the IIC Annual General Meeting in London, UK included a round table discussion on the topic of ‘The Future of Heritage Science.” The panelists, representatives from the UK National Heritage Science Forum (NHSF), ICOM-CC, ICCROM, and IIC were asked to consider questions looking at heritage science vs. conservation science or technical art […]