Maintenance and protection of their institute‘s collection of artefacts, specimens and objects is pivotal to Leibniz Research Museums. Within these eight institutions, conservation scientists, restorers, preparators, and other collection professionals have formed a network centered around the preservation of the millions of objects that are assembled under their roofs. In this workshop, members of the network will present current projects that highlight the various approaches towards maintaining the integrity of collection objects, ranging from medieval ships, archeological artefacts, technical heritagefrom different branches to skins and other objects of natural history. This is complemented by a public panel discussion incorporating different angles of the preservation of our cultural heritage. The event is supported by the Aktionsplan Leibniz-Forschungsmuseen.
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