Andrea Natali is Adjunct Professor/lecturer and Research Fellow at the Department of Cultural Heritage of the Alma Mater University of Bologna. He graduated in “Conservation of Cultural Heritage” in the ?rst faculty of Conservation of Cultural Heritage established in Italy, at the University of Tuscia, Viterbo. He carries out scienti? c and didactic activities in the ?eld of conservation environment, employing diagnostic techniques for evaluating the conservation state of cultural heritage, art diagnostics and authentication of art works, including the management and valorization of cultural heritage and landscape, and planning and promotion of artistic and cultural events. He is a mediator/conciliator (Ministerial Decree n.180 18th October 2010). He is professor on the Master (1st level) “Planning and Promotion of artistic and Cultural Events” at the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna. He is author and co-author of over 40 publications covering the preservation and valorization of cultural heritage, and monographs and scienti?c treatises used as university text books. He is part of the Scienti?c Committee and Coordination of the Journal “Scienze e Ricerche”, and the Editorial Coordinator of the Journal Conservation Science in Cultural Heritage. He is an honorary member of the Academy of Food and Wine Culture.