ICCROM is looking for bloggers to cover the ICCROM Forum on Science in Conservation.
The ICCROM Forum will gather 80 leading conservation practitioners, scientists, educators and managers from around the world to define future science challenges in cultural heritage conservation on a global scale. The results will identify tools and approaches to anticipate cultural heritage conservation needs and develop relevant and impactful conservation science projects.
If you want to be part of the discussion, if you want to provide others with a unique view inside the Forum, and if you believe that science, conservation and social media can work together for a brighter future, just click on this link and apply to be an official ICCROM Forum blogger!
The application deadline is the 5 October 2013.