Bone Collections: Using, conserving and understanding osteology in museums.
Tuesday, 8th September 2015
University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge
The day will include both a workshop on in-depth case studies of bone cleaning, re-articulation, conservation and restoration as well as presentations on bone identification and preparation, covering a wide variety of museum osteology topics.
Spaces are still available for both workshop and talks. The full programme and booking are available here.
Working with, understanding, using, maintaining and conserving bone collections is a large and complex topic. If you have experience and would like to submit a poster, please follow the guidelines below.
We hope that this poster session will facilitate skills-sharing and friendly discussion among participants, as well as providing an opportunity to exchange tips and tricks. Poster presentations are an ideal format for student projects, case studies, innovative ideas, and tried and tested techniques, as well as research related to this topic.
Abstracts must be submitted by 14th August, 2015. All submissions will be acknowledged within a few days. The posters will be on view throughout the day, with an organised time period for authors to discuss posters with conference attendees. Please ensure posters are no larger than A2 (420 x 594mm).
All abstracts will be printed and made available to attendees, and all posters will be made available on the NatSCA blog in pdf format.
- List all authors: surname first, followed by first and middle names or initials. Separate authors’ names with semicolons
- List authors’ institutions and addresses
- Include the title in boldface
Please send your abstracts and any queries to:
T 07786 023709