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Video: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Restoring Buddhist Art From Myanmar, Asia Society, March 16, 2015

Video: Saving an Ancient Mosaic, Princeton University, March 14, 2014

Art Conservation Group

A triage unit for storm-damaged artwork in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, CAPITAL NEW YORK, Nov. 20, 2012

A High-Tech Home for Multimillion-Dollar Works of Art, The New York Times, Aug. 24, 2009

Regimental Detritus Unearthed at Armory, The New York Times, Sept. 10, 2009

Insight on the artist at Noguchi Museum seriesQueens Chronicle, Feb. 13, 2014

Leslie Gat

The Stabilization of Insect Damaged Wooden Objects, Met Objectives, Spring 2002, V. 3, No. 2 p. 11.

A New Gateway to Egypt, co-authored with Ann Heywood, Met Objectives, Treatment and Research Notes, no.2 (spring 2004), pp. 7-9. 

Preliminary SEM Study of Microbiologically Induced Deterioration of High-Alkali Low-Lime Glass, by R.J. Koestler, E.D. Santoro, L.J. Ransick, R.H. Brill, and M. Lynn, in eds. G.C.Llewellyn and C.E.O’Rear., First Pan-American Biodeterioration Research I, (1987) pp. 295-307.

Treatment of the Abydos Reliefs: Consolidation and Cleaning, by E. Wheeler, J. K. Dinsmore, L. J. Ransick, A. E. Charola and R. J. Koestler, Studies in Conservation, Vol. XXIX, no. 6, (1984) pp. 42-48.

Erin Toomey and Leslie Gat

John Rogers Monochromes: A Conservation Studio's Practical Approach, by E. Toomey, J, Fracassini, L. Gat., in Ed. K. Orcott, John Rogers: American Stories, New York Historical Society, (2010) pp. 197 - 222

Linda Lin

Study and Conservation of the Asian Amber Collection, Fellowship project at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2011-2012

Western Association for Art Conservation (WAAC) Annual Meeting Notes, Sept. 15-18, 2010

Technical Study of an Apache Coiled Basket

Work highlights featured on UCLA's blog

Linsly Boyer Young 

Launching NYC's Association for Gravestones Studies Chapter, by Jeff Richman, Greenwood Historian Blog, Nov. 5, 2013