Dialogo tra scienza e patrimonio culturale

The outstanding science's contribution to Cultural Heritage

Under this new vision of Cultural Heritage, the multidisciplinary sensibility of the CNR promptly reacted. For instance, the significant contribution of Professor Franco Piacenti, one of the leading figures of the CNR, who secured heritage buildings damaged by the 1966 flood of the Arno in Florence. That dramatic event drove profound change and innovation in conservation practice and marked the beginning of a promising dialogue between science and cultural heritage.