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Conference: Sustaining the Impact of UK Science and Heritage Research

From: Debbie Williams <debbie.williams<-at->
Date: Friday, May 3, 2013
"Sustaining the Impact of UK Science and Heritage Research"
Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre
London SW1P 3EE
October 29-31, 2013

A landmark conference of the AHRC/EPSRC Science and Heritage
Programme supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and
the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.

    Five years of intensely collaborative research activity
    showcased at a unique celebration of science and heritage
    research.

    The culmination of an UKP8 million programme of investment that
    will set the agenda and inform the direction of travel for
    science and heritage research for the next decade.

    The latest cross disciplinary cutting-edge research from a new
    generation of heritage science researchers.

If you are a conservator, curator heritage manager or researcher
deciding which conference will give you exceptional value this year,
this event encapsulates the knowledge and expertise created in the
UK during the last five years and will provide unique networking
opportunities for academics, researchers, practitioners and
policy-makers.

The conference will include:

    Plenary sessions Three parallel sessions

    Culture, Materials and Technology, with presentations covering a
    range of new knowledge and techniques relevant to collections,
    buildings, landscapes and archaeology Poster sessions

    Practical demonstrations of research prototypes

    Round-table discussion by an invited panel of policy thinkers
    Networking drinks reception Optional visits to cultural heritage
    venues in the London area

Join in the discussion and help to shape the future of heritage
science.

Fee: UKP135, includes 2-day conference, lunch and refreshments on
both days, networking reception and cultural heritage visits subject
to availability. 50% reduction for students and retired persons.

Registration opens in June 2013. For further information now or to
register your interest in attending contact the Programme
Coordinator Debbie.Williams<-at->ucl<.>ac<.>uk

Follow the Science and Heritage Programme on Twitter
_at_HeritageScience and see our Conference webpage for information,
registration and updates

     <URL:http://www.heritagescience.ac.uk/Final_event>


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