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Lecture on preservation science

From: Jeanette Adams <jead>
Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2006
The Preservation Directorate of the Library of Congress would like
to invite you to the next two lectures in its series on Topics in
Preservation Science (TOPS).

Tuesday, April 11, 2006, Dr. David P. Pappas (Project Leader,
Magnetic Sensors Quantum Devices Group, National Institute of
Standards and Technology, Boulder, CO) will present "The Lost 18-1-2
Minutes of the Nixon Presidency".  This talk will describe the use
of magneto-resistive sensors for recovering data from damaged
magnetic media.  This lecture will be held from 3-4pm in the
West Dining Room, Madison Building 6th floor, Library of Congress.

Then on Tuesday, April 18, Mark Ormsby (Conservation Scientist at
the National Archives and Records Administration) will present
"Conservation Applications of Solid-Phase Microextraction".  This
talk will describe a versatile analytical technique that is used to
study trace concentrations of organic compounds associated with a
variety of objects.  This lecture will be held from 10:30-11:30 AM,
in the Pickford Theater, Madison Building 3rd floor, Library of
Congress.

The Library of Congress is located at 101 Independence Avenue SE,
Washington, D.C.  20540.  The Topics in Preservation Science
lectures are free and open to the public.  For more information
about this series, which is continually expanded and updated, see
<URL:http://www.loc.gov/preserv/tops/schedule.html>.

Dr. Jeanette Adams, PhD
Chemist
Preservation Research and Testing Division
Library of Congress
101 Independence Ave., SE
Washington, DC  20540-4560
202-707-1031  Office
Fax: 202-707-1525


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