When the Dutch Delta-plan for Cultural Heritage Protection was inaugurated in the early 1990’s nobody would have thought that The Netherlands was to become later world renowned not only for its focus on preventive and active conservation of the cultural heritage, but also for an innovative analytical approach and development of expertise in understanding ageing and molecular changes in art works.
|Titel||Reporting Highlights of the De Mayerne Programme|
|Redaktører||Jaap J. Boon, S.B. Ferreira|
|Udgivelses sted||The Hague|
|Forlag||Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)|
|Ansøger||Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)|
|Status||Udgivet - 2006|
Wadum, J. (2006). The De Mayerne program: breaking new grounds for art science and conservation in the 21st century. I J. J. Boon, & S. B. Ferreira (red.), Reporting Highlights of the De Mayerne Programme (s. 9-12). Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). http://www.nwo.nl/demayerne