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Materials

Fields & Applications Materials

In Sheep’s Clothing

| Lauren Robertson

Peptide mass fingerprinting confirms sheepskin was the material of choice for historical legal documents – and reveals interesting details as to why…

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Image of the Month: Mural Mysteries

| Lauren Robertson

How multispectral imaging is revealing artists’ technical secrets and aiding cultural heritage conservation

Fields & Applications Materials

Tough Mother (of Pearl)

| Lauren Robertson

Researchers invent new optical technique to nondestructively analyze the nanoscale nature of nacre

Fields & Applications Gas Chromatography

Amber Alert

Could fossilized resin be the antidote to antibiotic resistance?

Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture

Inside the Honey Pot

| Lauren Robertson

How lipid residue analysis is revealing our ancient connections with honeybee exploitation

Fields & Applications Forensics

Battle of the Bronze Age

| Matthew Hallam

Unraveling encounters on bygone battlefields with fencing (and X-rays)

Fields & Applications Environmental

Tipping the Scales

| Jonathan James

Alternatives to environment-damaging paint additives may come from an unlikely source: the beauty of bugs.

Fields & Applications Chemical

Analyte at the Museum

| Charlotte Barker

Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Netherlands Institute for Conservation, Art and Science

Fields & Applications Materials

From the Deep

| Ineke Joosten

Precious metals from the 17th century shipwreck yield their secrets to XRF and SEM.

Fields & Applications Materials

In the Clear

| Guus Verhaar

Ion chromatography can predict invisible deterioration of glass objects.


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