Shaping the Heritage Science Community:
A Symposium of the Science and Heritage Programme Research Clusters
Monday 22nd June and Tuesday 23rd June 2009
Conference Aston, Aston University, Birmingham
An exciting two-day symposium featuring keynote speakers, contributions
from the 13 Science and Heritage Programme research clusters,
discussions and networking opportunities. An evening reception will be
held at Soho House and there will also be the opportunity to visit the
exhibition Matthew Boulton: Selling What all the World Desires at the
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery Gas Hall.
Attendance including lunch, refreshments, reception and exhibition are
free of charge, but participants must make their own arrangements for
transport and accommodation.
Additional information, including a programme and registration form, can
be found here: www.heritagescience.ac.uk
To register please fill out and return a booking form either by email or
post to the address below.
AHRC/EPSRC Science and Heritage Programme Coordinator
Centre for Sustainable Heritage
Bartlett School of Graduate Studies
Torrington Place Site
University College London
DD: 020 7679 1674
Source: WAC list