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Lectures on irradiation methods in conservation held in ICUA Zadar

Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatian Conservation Institute and International Centre for Underwater Archaeology in Zadar organized a series of lectures on "Irradiation Methods In The Protection Of Cultural Heritage", on Oct 6th 2011 in lecture hall of ICUA Zadar. Lectures are a continuation to the seminar in Zagreb (Oct 4th and 5th 2011), and are part of a technical cooperation project with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) TC Project RER/8/015: "Using Nuclear Techniques for the Characterization and Preservation of Cultural Heritage Artifacts in the European Region".

A separate series of lectures in Zadar are relating to the ongoing Advanced Course on the Restoration and Conservation of Underwater Archaeological Finds, organized by the International Centre for Underwater Archaeology in Zadar, a UNESCO Category II centre. Mario Braun from HRZ-a and Dušan Ražem from Ruđer Bošković institute have spoken on the nuclear irradiation procedures in conservation. Quoc Khoi Tran from ARC-Nucléart, Grenoble, France spoke of impregnation - consolidation of wooden ships found in wet environment. Lectures and discussions were led in English and the admission was free.

 

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