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SEAHA Student to Present Research in Parliament

SEAHA student Cerys Jones has been selected to present her research at the STEM for Britain poster competition on Monday 12th March. 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. Cerys will be presenting on a recent multispectral imaging project involving the Royal Collection Trust in front of a panel of judges and members of parliament.

More details about the event are available on the STEM for Britain website.

Header Image: STEM for Britain logo


SEAHA Conference in collaboration with ICOM-CC

SEAHA is excited to announce its partnership with ICOM-CC Scientific Research Working Group in the organizing a roundtable for emerging professionals on 6 June 2018 in conjunction with the 4th International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology (SEAHA) that will be hosted by the Institute for Sustainable Heritage, University College London (4-6 June).

For further information, abstract submission (deadline 19.02.2018) and programme, visit the website here. 



There is a new and exciting addition to the SEAHA facilities available for our students: the new Institute for Sustainable Heritage lab in Here East which will operate in addition to the Heritage Science Lab in Bloomsbury. Located in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the new facility has three spaces for experimental work including imaging and a new home for the SEAHA Mobile Heritage Lab.

UCL Here East is a collaborative space that joins the The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment and the Faculty of Engineering Science. This means that SEAHA students will soon be able to work alongside other UCL researchers undertaking research in robotics, building physics and many other exciting topics.

Here East is easily accessible via public transport, from Hackney Wick (Overground) and Stratford (Oveground). A free shuttle bus operates between Stratford station and the Here East campus.

We hope it will become a well used resource for our staff and students. It will be fully operational very soon (currently planned for end of February).

For more information please visit the Here East Page.