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Paolo Viscardi Oct 17
Needle felting used to refloof this Red Panda tail
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Luanne Meehitiya Oct 17
Wait - that's not a whale! Giant new E coli model suspended !
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Meg Cathcart-James Oct 17
Refloof is my new favourite word that totally exists
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Becky Desjardins Oct 17
Kicking off the first session
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Meg Cathcart-James Oct 17
KISS FROM A DODO IN A CASE OOOOH THE MORE I GET OF YOU THE STRANGER IT FEELS, YEAHH lunchtime activity
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Becky Desjardins Oct 17
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Lyndall Pereira Oct 17
Some great, informative posters and talks so far , I hadn't realised how little I knew about museum collection conservation! From book spines to biocides and lasers to needle-felting! Fascinating!
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Paolo Viscardi Oct 17
Needle felting as a way of gap-filling for taxidermy. Big shout out to !
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Rebecca Machin Oct 17
Mind-blowing creation of fur, feathers and skin using Japanese paper with Erica Read.
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ZoëSimmons Oct 17
Replying to @Pselaphacus
Digital data for entomological collections- it's more than just photographing things
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HeritageCultureWarks Oct 17
Wise words and a good hashtag to follow today.
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Cardiff Conservation Oct 17
Great to see our alumni on stage presenting at !
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Lucie Mascord ACR Oct 17
with the pros and cons of repainting a cast
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Paolo Viscardi Oct 17
From felting to Japanese tissue in taxidermy repairs
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Gill Comerford Oct 17
Caring for Natural Science Collections at OUNHM today, check out the fabulous inflatable bacteria on display.
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Mark Carnall Oct 17
LIGHTNING TALKS Cyclomethicones, Digital Proxies SWANS handbook, Norwegian opossums, dead whales. Brilliant.
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Bethany Palumbo ACR Oct 16
Tweeters coming to our conference tomorrow, if you're in town tonight we have a table booked at the Kings Arms in Oxford from 6pm! It might get cosy but we're a friendly bunch.
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Donna Young Oct 17
What a fantastic day - I’m totally in awe and inspired by the work of colleagues working on projects.
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Mandy Garratt Oct 18
Behold - a mass display of natural science conservators, curators and enthusiasts! Thank you for a fantastic conference and for welcoming me into the fold. I learned so much and am feeling inspired 🙂
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Pure Conservation Sep 30
Removing the beastie attracting lining from the tiger skin
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