And the Taylor & Francis Award goes to...

We are very pleased to announce that the recipient of the Taylor & Francis Award for 2019 is Moe Sato for her contribution, 'Detergency evaluation of non-ionic surfactant Dehypon® LS54 for textile conservation wet cleaning' in Volume 42 of the Journal.

22 Nov 2020

And the Taylor & Francis Award goes to...

We are very pleased to announce that the recipient of the Taylor & Francis Award for 2019 is Moe Sato for her contribution, 'Detergency evaluation of non-ionic surfactant Dehypon® LS54 for textile conservation wet cleaning' in Volume 42 of the Journal.

An award of £250 is kindly granted by Taylor & Francis – publishers of the Journal of Institute of Conservation (JIC) – for Icon to present to an author who has contributed to the Journal over the past year. The criteria used to select the award winner is based on meeting one or more of the criteria:

  • A new author
  • An emerging professional
  • A newly accredited member of Icon

As a textile conservator, Moe's article, co-authored with Anita Quye, describes her research into identifying an alternative surfactant with better efficacy in removing soiling when used in the wet cleaning of textiles. You can read about her work here

If you would like to discuss submitting an article to JIC please contact the Editor, Jonathan Kemp.

Be connected, be inspired! Icon members are the heart of the conservation sector so why not join us today? 

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