NHSF Research Strategy Summit
10 November, 18.00-20.30
(doors open from 16.30 with the opportunity to view student posters and equipment to be used at The Engine Shed, Historic Environment Scotland's new building conservation centre).
The National Heritage Science Forum (NHSF) invites you to register for its Research Strategy Summit in Stirling on 10 November, 18.00-20.30.
We welcome three key speakers to the summit which will focus on partnerships for research:
Professor Ian Simpson, University of Stirling will speak on interdisciplinary and collaborative research.
Dr David Mitchell, Historic Environment Scotland will speak on technical and scientific research and opportunities for public engagement.
Nancy Bell, trustee of NHSF, will speak on NHSF's work to identify research that 'Fills the Gaps' identified in the National Heritage Science Strategy.
The summit is an opportunity to discuss heritage science research priorities for the future, look at emerging topics of research interest and explore the potential for collaboration.
It will be followed by a drinks reception and networking.
NHSF is delighted to be working with Historic Environment Scotland to deliver this event.