Congratulations to group members Manasa Punaha Ravindra and Kristel Sepp whose review titled “Recent advances in the use of stimulated Raman scattering in histopathology” has been accepted for publication in Analyst. Great way to end a difficult year!
Finally – RSC awards are announced on-line here. I’m proud to say that there are 4 female winners this year across the 10 Organic Division awards, 2 from the UK and 2 from the USA. This is the culmination of a lot of hard work by a small team whose aim was to identify a more diverse pool of nominees.
Congratulations to this year’s project student Milda Lebedyte who is following up her project on early synthetic dyestuffs conducted in collaboration with National Museums Scotland with a summer internship at Prickly Thistle – to investigate the sustainable manufacture of tartans in Scotland. Good luck!
Congratulations to last year’s project student, James Weatherill, whose work on “Russia Leather” conducted in collaboration with National Museums Scotland has been accepted for publication as part of the 19th Triennial Meeting of the ICOM Committee for Conservation. Although the 2020 meeting in Beijing is postponed for now, James paper will go to press – well done!