Noted Accomplishments of TSC
- Demonstration using fold marks found on the Shroud that it once resided in Constantinople in the 10th-11th centuries at the latest (in opposition to the radiocarbon date of the Shroud at the 14th century).
- Development of the hypothesis that only a 2% contamination by natural atmospheric carbon monoxide (which is highly enriched in radiocarbon) can cause a 1st Century Shroud to have a radiocarbon date of 14th century.
- Demonstration that the Shroud has first century Jewish characteristics.
- Development of the hypothesis that the Shroud was first used as the Tablecloth of the Last Supper.
- Development of hypothesis that the Shroud image was formed by interaction with an underlying radiant body.
- Development of a program of educational opportunities for learning about the Shroud.
- Establishment of the TSC website (www.shroudofturin.com).
- Participation in the BBC documentary, Shroud of Turin: Material Evidence.
- Presentation of research at international Shroud conferences: Rome 1993, Madrid 1994, Nice 1997, Turin 1998 (Third World Congress on Shroud), Richmond 1999, Moscow (First International) Jan 2000, Turin Mar 2000, Moscow May 2000 (International Relics and Icons), Rome 2000 (Vatican Eucharistic Conference), Peru 2006, Spain 2007, Santiago, Poland 2011, Spain 2012, Mexico 2004-2012, St.Louis, Mo. 2014.
- Establishment of first full-sized Shroud images in Russia blessed as new icons by the former Russian Orthodox Patriarch, Alexi II.
- Formation of a Shroud presence in Moscow, Russia and collaboration with Russian scholars with written approval and blessing of the Russian Orthodox Patriarch, Alexi II.
- Publishing document: “ The Shroud: A Critical Summary of Observations, Data and Hypotheses”.
- Active participation in History Channel's 2-hour documentary on the Shroud, "The Real Face of Jesus", which was originally aired in March 2010 and continues to be shown in the US, Canada, Mexico and throughout the world.