SEAHA (Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology) Conference 2016
Analytik, partner and student supervisor for the SEAHA (Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology), will be exhibiting at the second International SEAHA Conference taking place on Monday 20 & Tuesday 21 June 2016 at the University of Oxford. Please read more here.
Join us also at our Workshop on Spectrometry in heritage science, showing how non-destructive light measurement can reveal hidden information in heritage artefacts and guide best practice for display and conservation.
Click here to watch The Colourful Page, a short experimental documentary filmed and dby Alice Corner exploring the research of conservation scientist Dr Paola Ricciardi, a Research Associate at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. The instrument being used for pigment analysis is the ASD FieldSpec 4.
Applying the latest scientific analysis techniques to ancient artefacts unlocks secrets hidden from human eyes for centuries!