Friday 17 April 2015
To complement the conference, there will be a half-day practical workshop on the use of cyclododecane. This will provide an opportunity to try out cyclododecane for yourself, learn more about the range of potential uses across all conservation disciplines and share your own experiences.
The workshop will take place in the morning and will be repeated in the afternoon. Maximum 15 participants per session.
Workshop leaders: Christina Rozeik and Sophie Rowe (Conservators at The Polar Museum, University of Cambridge and co-authors of ‘The uses of cyclododecane in conservation’ in Reviews in Conservation (2008), vol. 9, pp. 17– 31.)
The Workshop will take place at:
Geological Conservation Unit (Brighton Building)
Department of Earth Sciences