December 19, 2016. National Heritage Science Forum.
The ninth Filling the Gaps survey is now online, investigating existing reviews of current conservation practices for better long-term planning and research into potential future techniques.
The National Heritage Science Strategy evidence report highlighted a need for additional research in the following areas:
1. Revisiting current treatment options and operational procedures to:
2. Further development of the following:
3. Research into new materials for use for conservation purposes, including:
If you know of any research, completed or underway, published or unpublished, touching on the above topics, please let us know by filling in our online form. Our only requirement is that the research started in or after 2009. No need to fill in all the fields - but the more information you can provide, the more useful a resource we can create for the heritage science community.
Many thanks for your contribution - please don't hesitate to share this link!
National Heritage Science Forum
For a more detailed introduction/background to the 'Filling the Gaps' project, see this HP post:http://www.heritageportal.eu/News-Events/Press-Releases/Filling-the-Gaps-in-Heritage-Science-research-1.html
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For further information, and updated survey topics, please seehttps://nationalheritagescienceforum.wordpress.com/
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