SEAHA student Cerys Jones‘ poster, which was selected for the STEM for Britain poster competition, is now available online. Cerys’ poster showcases her work imaging three Leonardo de Vinci drawings, housed by the Royal Collection Trust. Using multispectral imaging, Cerys was able to enhance features not seen to the naked eye revealing how Leonardo built up his drawings and additional sketches within the works that are not normally visible.
Held at the House of Commons, STEM for Britain aims to showcase and support the work of Britain’s early-career researchers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Earlier this year, Cerys presented her poster in front of a panel of judges and members of parliament.
Cerys Jones is a SEAHA student based in the Department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering at UCL. Supported by R.B. Toth Associates and the London Met Archives, Cerys’ project aims to produce a pipeline for multispectral imaging of documentary material in the heritage sector.
Header Image: MP Andy Slaughter with STEM for Britain presenters Cerys Jones and Anas Imtiaz.