SEAHA students present research on indoor air quality in heritage and historic environments
27 January 2016
On the 3rd and 4th of March 2016, SEAHA doctoral students Sarah Hunt and Yun Liu will each present a research posters at a two day conference entitled: “Museum Pollution : Detection and Mitigation of Carbonyls” held in Birmingham. Topics include information on new trends in pollution monitoring, understanding the levels of risk to collections, cross disciplinary projects, the application of shared knowledge for mitigation, material emissions, building/demolition projects, putting research into practice and projects that have highlighted Heritage Science to the wider sector. Sarah will be presenting on Environmental monitoring at the Mary Rose Museum and Yun will be presenting on Modelling collections and their environment.
Header image: conference by SNCR_GROUP from Pixabay