Today* marks the launch of the brand new Heritage Science Podcast, a series of monthly 45-minute episodes about all aspects of heritage science, organised and produced by students of SEAHA.
Every month, we’ll be talking to heritage practitioners, academics and students, to better understand the subject that straddles the boundary between science and the arts.
In episode 1, guests Dr Chris Naunton from the Egypt Exploration Society, and SEAHA student Cerys Jones discuss the role of digital technology in understanding and preserving ancient Egyptian heritage. Meanwhile, presenter Hayley Simon catches up with Professor Thilo Rehren from UCL Qatar to find out the latest about the restoration of Tutankhamun’s golden death mask.
To find out more about the Podcast and how to listen, head over the website: http://www.seaha-cdt.ac.uk/the-heritage-science-podcast/
*Please note: this is not an April Fools joke(!)