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Matthew Collins

University of York, BioArCh, Archaeology
York, United Kingdom
Mathew Collins completed a degree in Marine Zoology, then a PhD in Geology before Fellowships in Chemistry and Biochemistry and postdoctoral research in Biogeochemistry. He first lectured in Biogeochemistry (Newcastle) before moving to York in 2003 to establish BioArCh, an interdisciplinary grouping of Biologists, Archaeologists and Chemists. He now also has the wonderful privilege of being a DNRF funded Niels Bohr Professor at the Natural History Museum in Copenhagen. His research focuses on old proteins. He attempts to identify samples by differences in protein sequence, date samples by the extent of protein degradation and if both fail, to understand pathways of decay in archaeological materials.
Tuesday, May 30

12:30pm CDT

5:30pm CDT

6:30pm CDT

Wednesday, May 31

7:30am CDT

8:30am CDT

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9:30am CDT

10:30am CDT

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003. (Book and Paper) Cellulose nanocrystals and nanofibrils for coating of paper artefacts Riverside West Exhibit HallCamilla Camargos • Dr. João Figueiredo Junior • Dr. Fabiano Pereira 004. (Book and Paper) Local cleaning of stained artworks on paper: the new possibilities of rigid gels Riverside West Exhibit HallSophie Barbisan • Catherine Maynor • Anne-Laurence Dupont 005. (Book and Paper) Analysis of synthetic dyes and the Treatment of 1910's - 1950's Historic Chinese Wedding Documents Riverside West Exhibit HallPaul CW Chan • Edward Chun-Yiu Law • Angela Wai-Sum Liu 007. (Book and Paper) A Novel Conservation Treatment Developed for the Restoration of The Psalms of David Relievo Papier-mâché Binding Designed by Owen Jones Riverside West Exhibit HallMalina Belcheva 008. (Book and Paper) Conservation and Restoration of the document called 'Carta sincronológica de Historia Universal”( Chronological Chart of Universal History ) translated by Francisco J. Zavala, 1884. Riverside West Exhibit HallVictoria Casado • María del Pilar Tapia López 009. (Book and Paper) Election Cake and Tea Cookies: The Conservation of Historic Cherry Hill’s Receipt Book Collection Riverside West Exhibit HallSamantha Couture, [PA] 010. (Book and Paper) Towards Nondestructive Characterization of Black Drawing Media Riverside West Exhibit HallNathan Daly • Lynn Lee • Michelle Sullivan • Karen Trentelman 011. (Book and Paper) Moth Larvae Infestation of Books and Materials from Syracuse University Libraries Riverside West Exhibit HallMarianne S. Hanley 027. (Collection Care) (I Can’t Get No) Documentation: Preservation Reporting in the Archives Riverside West Exhibit HallMarissa Vassari • Julia Welby 059. (Research and Technical Studies) Cutting Edge Technologies in Non-invasive Organic Analytical Techniques Riverside West Exhibit HallAmanda Jones 061. (Objects) Corn and Tobacco Residue: Development of Protocol for Sampling and Analysis Riverside West Exhibit HallWendy Lindsey • Dr. Nancy Odegaard 077. (Collection Care) Microorganisms inhabiting our collections Riverside West Exhibit HallMaria Camila Patiño • Ada Echávez • Daniel Dorado Gaviria • John Simmons

6:30pm CDT

Thursday, June 1

10:30am CDT

11:30am CDT

12:00pm CDT

2:00pm CDT