We are half way through SEAHA in 2018, and we’ve taken a moment to look back at all we’ve achieved over the last four years and our impact. Turns out it’s a lot!
SEAHA student Cerys Jones appeared on the BBC News on New Years Eve along with Professor Adam Gibson and Dr Kathryn Piquette. Two projects involving multispectral imaging of Ancient Egyptian artefacts were featured. One such project involved the multispectral imaging of the Egyptian coffin lid at Chiddingstone Castle (read more about this here), in which […]
This blog post was written as part of a field project at Hellens Manor, Herefordshire, UK, with the aim of contributing to an integrated pest management strategy. “Death watch beetles – The bugs observe us” It’s the early evening of the 9th of March 2017 at Hellens Manor. The weather is no longer so cold, […]
We are pleased to have been featured in the latest edition of Historic England Research, ‘Discovery, innovation, and science in the Historic Environment.’ The issue spans diverse topics and also features the new Historic England Research Agenda that they hope will encourage more collaboration with academic researchers. Historic England are an invaluable SEAHA partner and […]
On 10th October, the SEAHA Mobile Heritage Lab (MHL) visited the grounds of Windsor Castle as part of a cohort exchange of knowledge day in which the students were allowed access to the Conservation Studios at the castle. During the morning, the group divided into four small parties and were given access to expert advice […]