Monday, 14 October 2019

TS.III.B

Nanotechnology for the conservation of modern and contemporary art
 
Currently there is a lack of methodologies for the conservation of modern and contemporary artworks, many of which will not be accessible in very short time due to extremely fast degradation processes. The challenge of the Horizon 2020 EU-project NANORESTART (NANOmaterials for the REStoration of works of ART) is to address this issue within a new framework with respect to the state of the art of conservation science. NANORESTART is devoted to the development of nanomaterials to ensure long term protection and security of modern/contemporary cultural heritage, taking into account environmental and human risks, feasibility and materials costs. The new tools and materials developed will represent a breakthrough in cultural heritage and conservation science and will focus on: tools for controlled cleaning, such as highly-retentive gels for the confinement of nanostructured fluids based on green surfactants; the strengthening and protection of surfaces by using nanocellulose and nanocomposites; nanostructured substrates and sensors for enhanced molecules detection. Sep 21

15:00
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  NANOINNOVATION'S GOT TALENT

 
call for young researchers
by BRACCO FOUNDATION

 

 

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