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International Meeting onScience and Technology for Cultural HeritageLa Habana, Cuba, February 7th – 10th 2007

D. Aviles Merens, Peru’– The scientific basis in the formation of conservators: the Peruvian case and its challenges (2.3 MB)

C. Barra, Uruguay – The natural scientists in conservation: reflections on communication in an interdisciplinary area (1.6 MB)

B.G. Brunetti, Italy – The European consortium Eu-ARTECH (39.2 MB)

L. Cartechini, Italy – Neutron diffraction for the study of bronzes (47.8 MB)

A. Castillo, Argentina – Science and technology for cultural heritage(4.9 MB)

D. Cohen Daza, Colombia – Diagnosis of the monument of Lanceros: an interdisciplinary approach of study (2.6 MB)

J. Delgado Rodrigues, Portugal – Case-studies of conservation of stone monuments (28.6 MB)

A. de Tagle, The Netherlands – Role of research in conservation. The ICN approach (0.1 MB)

M.O. Fernandez Reguera, Colombia –The role of scientific research of cultural heritage preservation in Colombia (10.0 MB)

G. Gomez Machado, Brazil – The role of Vitae Foundation in the safeguard of cultural heritage in Brazil, 1985-2005 (14.1 MB)

F. Marte, Argentina - Science and conservation: an interdisciplinary activity (4.2 MB)

M. Matteini, Italy – Conservation of stone monuments and artifacts: new possibilities offered by the ammonium oxalate based treatment (9.8 MB)

R. Mazzeo, Italy – Identification of key-research issues in metal conservation (14.1 MB)

A. Mendoza Cuevas, Cuba – Physical measurements in the study of Cuban heritage: development and results of archaeometry laboratory at Havana historian’s office (12.1 MB)

C. Miliani, Italy – The MOLAB activity for non-invasive study of unmovable artworks (21.9 MB)

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International Meeting onScience and Technology for Cultural HeritageLa Habana, Cuba, February 7th – 10th 2007

A. Mirabile, France - Inventory, conservation, and restoration of the manuscript collection of Dar al Makhutat in San’a, Yemen (47.8 MB)

C. Naffah, France – Science and museum collections: the French approach (11.8 MB)

D. Pinna, Italy – Biology and conservation of cultural properties: current research status and perspectives (6.4 MB)

M.C. Rodriguez, Chile – Implementation and development of a scientific analysis laboratory at the Chilean National Centre for Conservation and Restoration (8.4 MB)

M. Rodriguez Valle, Cuba – Culture and science: National Centre of Conservation, Restoration and Museology

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A. Roy, United Kingdom – Conservation and science: the challenge to make it global (0.5 MB)

L. Ruvalcaba, Mexico – Non destructive characterization using ion beams and X-Ray fluorescence of Mexican cultural heritage: current situation and perspectives (29.8 MB)]

F. Saab, Colombia – Formative aspects in Latin America (Colombia) for conservators/restorers and conservation scientists (20.5 MB)

R. Salimbeni, Italy – Laser techniques in conservation(19.5 MB)

A. Sgamellotti, Italy – A non-invasive in situ study of the pre-Colombian Mexican COSPI Codex (10.0 MB)

S. Sotiropoulou, Greece – Analytical strategies for natural dyestuff and organic pigments’ investigationin cultural heritage objects (11.5 MB)