|08/01||Dr Maureen Young, Robert Gordon University||Maintenance and Repair of Cleaned Stone Buildings|
|15/01||Rodney Bender, Swansea Institute of Higher Education||Glitter is important; the production, use and care of brilliant-cut and acid-etched glass|
|29/01||David Mitchell, TCRE, Historic Scotland||Ironwork – historical perspectives and conservation challenges|
|05/02||Ian Constantinides, Managing Director, St Blaise||Gilt and Gorgeousness; the conservation and repair of joinery at Uppark House|
|12/02||Robin Kent, Robin Kent Architecture and Conservation||Moving around the ramp; the implications of the Disability Discrimination Act for Historic Buildings|
|19/02||Bob Heath, Architect and Stone Consultant||Stonework repairs; art or science?|
|26/02||Dr Peter Trotman, Building Research Establishment||Building Pathology – defects and failures|
|04/03||Dr Ian C Bristow, Ian Bristow Architects||From sumptuousness to the sublime; on the restoration of the British Museum and the colour of the Georgian Church|
|11/03||Dr Brian Ridout, English Heritage||Understanding the nature, durability and decay of wood|
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Students must present a valid ID card at the door.
EVENTBRITE for UoE staff and students only (with valid ID card)
Ryan Buchanan, Research, Knowledge Exchange and Outreach Office (email@example.com)
Thursdays 5.30pm to 7.00pm,
followed by a wine reception.
Venue: Adam House Basement Lecture Theatre, The University of Edinburgh, 3 Chambers Street, Edinburgh EH1 1HR. See map here