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Vincent Daniels appointed visiting professor at University of the Arts London

From: Mark Sandy <m.sandy<-at->
Date: Friday, October 23, 2009
Dr Vincent Daniels Appointed Visiting Professor at the University of
the Arts London.

In recognition of his outstanding contribution to research in
conservation science for over 30 years Dr Vincent Daniels has been
made a visiting professor of the University of the Arts London. Dr
Daniels gained his BSc and PhD at University College Cardiff. In
1974 he joined the British Museum where he worked until 2003 when he
became research fellow at the RCA. He is also an Emeritus Researcher
at the British Museum. In 2007 he was awarded the Royal Warrant
Holders Association's Plowden Medal in recognition of his long and
exceptional contribution to the development of understanding in
conservation, the excellence of his dedicated research and his ready
engagement with practitioners of the conservation profession. His
research has dealt with a wide range of subjects in conservation
including the science of paper conservation, Maori textiles,
pigments and the Rosetta Stone and he is the author or co-author of
a large number of published research papers. Dr Daniels has a long
association with Camberwell College of Arts where he has acted as
external examiner and given lectures.

Dr Daniels is a fellow of the International Institute of
Conservation and the Royal Society of Chemistry.


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