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The Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (IKIFP) has been been busy! Recently, the Dominican Monastery in Cracow invited researchers from IKIFP to its Romanesque walls to select parchment documents from the early 16th-century to monitor the climate-induced mechanical response of objects before and after conservation. Parallel to that, an acoustic emission system is being mounted on a 16th-century wooden sculpture to verify if moving the object from a historical church with a relatively humid environment to an exhibition at the Royal Wawel Castle with a well-controlled museum environment brings any risk of cracking. We're looking forward to hearing about the results from this fascinating research!
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