November 2014 News

Participants and instructors of the 2014 XRF Boot Camp pose together at the Fowler Museum at UCLA
The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) hosted the 2nd XRF Boot Camp at the Getty Villa November 18-21, 2014. The workshop is part of the GCI’s Research into Practice...
Paul Messier, renowned Boston-based conservator of photographs and works on paper, presents photograph conservation authentication studies at the international conference...
Artistic rendering of the Mercurian meteorite by Michael Anderson. Image taken by Fred E. Davis and provided courtesy of the Yale Peabody Museum; side of cube is 1 cm
A meteorite that may have originated from the planet Mercury and estimated to be 4562.8 ± 0.3 million-years-old was brought to the IPCH Digitization Lab by the Yale Peabody...
Students of the Rhön-Gymnasium, the Director Edith Degenhardt, and the project leader Günter Henneberger, seen here receiving the Simon Snopkowski Award in the Emperor's Hall of the Munich Residenz, Germany
Documentation, restoration, and renovation of the abandoned Jewish cemetery in Bad Neustadt, Germany, a project carried out by high school-aged students from the Rhön-...
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2014 at 4:30pm at the Environmental Science Center (21 Sachem Street, 1st Floor, Lecture Hall 110) Abstract: The UNESCO world heritage site, Mogao...
Dr. Erin Mysak and Chelsea Graham attended a symposium that addressed a recent investigation into Medardo Rosso’s approach to serial sculpture, focused on the Bambino...
Stefan Simon and Erin Mysak attended the Eleventh Infrared and Raman Users Group (IRUG) Conference at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), which took place on November 5-7...

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