The UNSW Museum of Human Disease offers a range of specialised preservation services for existing specimens which may have been damaged or have fallen into disrepair.
Preservation services provided by the museum include repair of damaged pots, solution rinses and changes, and full specimen repotting services with a range of mounting techniques. All work is carried out to an exacting standard in the museum’s own built-for-purpose Conservation Laboratory.
For further information, please contact Museum Preservation Specialist David Cutting or use the form below.
Weekdays: Closed to public
Public holidays: Closed
Ground Floor Samuels Building UNSW, Sydney NSW 2052