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A collaboration between Jens Stenger, Associate Conservation Scientist at the IPCH Technical Studies Lab, and Roxane Sperber of the Yale Center for British Art, has revealed...
Even though quite small, the tablet of YBC 7289 contains one of the most famous mathematical texts from ancient Mesopotamia, a civilization that flourished between the fourth...
Dr. Catherine Stephens cutting cotton paper samples to be exposed to cycling humidity environments
One of the foremost threats to the effective safekeeping of a museum or gallery’s paper-based collection is changes in the humidity. IPCH’s Dr. Paul Whitmore and Dr....
Photo credit: Darcy Tuttle
A panel discussion in the Whitney Humanities Center on November 12th focussed on the issues around cultural heritage and terrorism. Amr Al-Azm (Shawnee State University),...
IPCH Director Stefan Simon represented Yale University as officially accredited observer at the ICCROM XXIX General Assembly from November 18-20 in Rome , Italy.  In the...
Tuesday, December 1, 2015, 4 pm Room 119, Hall of Graduate Studies, 320 York Street Host: Lynn Cooley, Dean, Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Abstract: Tangible...
Fable team members Edward Jiao, Cole Hansen, Bessie Jiang, and Ishaan Agarwal, flanked by Stefan Simon and Holly Rushmeier
For the second year in a row, IPCH sponsored two awards at the YHack hackathon, held Novvember 6-8, 2015, in Yale’s Paine Whitney Gymnasium. A group from IPCH  — Stefan Simon...

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