Data Forensics meets Cultural Preservation (new date)

Find out how the University’s award winning Data Forensic Lab is preserving and providing access to important digital collections such as the Bill Mitchell and Germaine Greer archives. Using state-of-the-art forensic tools, the lab is helping preserve obsolete digital media for future research and is unlocking a fascinating story about the intersection of people, data and technology.

New date Wednesday 7 December 2016, 12:15 – 1:15pm, in the Digital Studio, Arts West.

*Access to the Digital Studio is from Level 3, via the West Wing Lift on Ground Floor at Arts West. Access to Level 2 (where the talks will be held) will be arranged on the day. Arts West Map here.

Visit the Digital Studio website here.


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