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For experts who occupy themselves with examining and conserving artistic, cultural or natural history artifacts, precise viewing is the most important requirement for successful work. In particular, non-contact and thus non-destructive methods such as light microscopy play an important role when working on these irreplaceable originals. However, the precision of a microscope is also often indispensable for restoring, conserving, documenting and analysing specimens of different materials.

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Useful Links

Data Bases and Institutions

www.bcin.ca/Bibliographic Database of the Conservation Information Network

cameo.mfa.org/CAMEO - Conservation & Art Material Encyclopedia Online

cool.conservation-us.org/Conservation OnLine - Resources for Conservation Professionals

cultural-conservation.unimelb.edu.au/Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation (CCMC) 

www.docam.ca/DOCAM - Documentation and Conservation of the Media Arts Heritage

http://www.vam.ac.uk/page/c/conservation/Victoria and Albert Museum

www.iiconservation.org/International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works

www.icon.org.uk/The Intitute of Conservation

icom.museum/ICOM - The International Council of Museums

Journals

www.conservation-us.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=Page.ViewPage&PageID=585Journal of the American Institute for Conservation (JAIC)

www.morana-rtd.com/e-preservationscience/e-PreservationScience

www.e-conservationline.com/e-Conservation Magazine

www.iiconservation.org/publications/sic/sic.phpStudies in Conservation

www.restauro.de/(German) Restauro

www.upress.umn.edu/journal-division/Journals/future-anteriorFuture Anterior

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