Mary Rose Conservation Project Featured by Numerous Media Outelts

Nov 04 2021

Professor Simon Bilinge is part of an international team who has applied a new method - ctPDF (developed at Columbia Engineering and the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility), to discover potentially harmful substances within the Mary Rose’s wooden remains. Their work has been featured in several media outlets.
 

Researchers Use New X-ray Technique to Conserve Henry VIII's Favorite Warship, Columbia Engineering News

Researchers Use New X-ray Technique to Conserve Henry VIII's Favorite Warship, Brookhaven National Laboratory News

The race to save the Mary Rose: Henry VIII's favourite warship is being destroyed by ACID with scientists hurriedly trying to remove specks of iron and sulphur to preserve the 510-year-old vessel, Daily Mail 

Royal bombshell as 'previously unknown' find made on Henry VIII's favourite warship, Express

‘Bacteria Poop’ Is Breaking Down Henry VIII’s Favorite Ship, Smithsonian Magazine

Mary Rose Warship to be Preserved Using Magnetic Nanoparticle-based Treatment, News 18 India

Conservation of England’s Mary Rose Continues, Archaeology Online

Profiling Shipwrecks with X-Rays, Azo Materials

Howard Pressman Show, 10/27/21, (Mary Rose item starts at 1:16:14), BBC Radio Sheffield

New x-ray technique gives insights into the Mary Rose, The Engineer

The Mary Rose: Henry VIII’s favourite warship is being destroyed by specks of iron, sulphur and zinc, Daily UK News

Henry VIII’s favorite ship has a bacteria problem, and now scientists have ID’ed the culprits, California News Times

Powerful X-ray technique finds new degradation-inducing materials in British shipwreck, Scienmag

Henry VIII's favorite ship has a bacteria problem, and now scientists have ID'ed the culprits, Live Science

Powerful X-ray technique finds new degradation-inducing materials in British shipwreck, Science Daily

X-rays reveal “bacteria poop” is eating away at the Mary Rose’s wooden hull, Arstechnica

Novel X-Ray Technique Aids Mary Rose Conservation, Technology Networks

X-ray technique finds zinc nanoparticles ‘eating’ Mary Rose, Engineering & Technology

A famous Tudor-era ship is being eaten alive — but scientists have a solution, Inverse

X-rays are revealing new clues about a shipwreck from 1545, Popular Science

Synchrotron study could help preserve Tudor ship, calculating your lifetime experience of climate change, Physics World

Researchers use new x-ray technique to conserve Henry VIII’s favorite warship, EurekAlert

Scientists in race against time to save the ancient Mary Rose, Yorkshire Post

Acid is slowly eating away at timbers of Mary Rose, The Times (UK edition & Irish edition)

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