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Working In Forensics - Art Conservation


  Last updated September 8, 2017 at 11:21 am

Follow Rachel through an average day working in academic Art Conservation, how she initially was interested in the background of colour and how Chemistry was actually involved in this that sparked her interest in this area for a career. She talks about how her work is relevant in today's world and why she loves it so much.  


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