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Course on fluid preservation of biological specimens

From: Simon Moore <simon.moore>
Date: Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Spring Course:
Fluid Preservation of biological specimens
Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service
Norwich Castle Study Centre
Shirehall
Market Street
Norwich NR1 3JQ
7-10 April, 2008.

Registration: UKP250 for the 4 days.

Course Aims: This is a four-day largely practical course which will
act both as an introduction to fluid preservation theory and
practice.  It will include how to conserve fragile and deteriorated
specimens stored in preserving fluids, cut new glass lids, drill
holes in glass, attach fragile specimens to glass and much more. The
course is designed to benefit conservators, laboratory technicians
and collection managers who wish to learn how to cope with the
multitude of problems that such collections can present.

Please notify Simon Moore <couteaufin [at] aol__com> (course instructor)
or telephone +44 1962 826737.

Closing date for application: March 17 2008.

Simon Moore, MIScT, FLS, ACR,
Senior Conservator of Natural Sciences


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