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New European Bauhaus Festival, 9-12 June
This June, the New European Bauhaus Festival brings together people from all walks of life to debate and shape our future. A ...
Pilot Maritime Observatory successfully monitored Dutch wreck sites at risk
The monitoring and protecting of valuable underwater heritage sites has been one of the greatest challenges for heritage and ...
Call for transnational research proposals: JPICH Cultural Heritage, Society and Ethics
The ‘Cultural Heritage, Society and Ethics’ research call (JPICH CHSE) aims at furthering the understanding of the relationship ...
Conference ‘Heritage for the Future / Science for Heritage’: a European Adventure for Research and Innovation
Under the French presidency of the Council of the European Union, the Foundation for Heritage Science will organise, with the ...
Subfossil forest in Leusden, the Netherlands, died around 12,750 years ago due to abrupt climate change
Today a team of scientists presents the results of tree ring research of 167 trees that were excavated in 2016 during a nature ...
How do we deal with our heritage in Europe, and which challenges lay ahead?
Recent international research brought together in a new book
The age of a unique fluit-wreck in the Baltic Sea resolved
The international diving group Badewanne has succeeded in revealing the age of a unique shipwreck lying on the bottom of the ...
Modern art and architecture – forever young?
The Cultural Heritage Agency has launched a new research programme: ‘20th-century Heritage: a future for the recent past’.
RCE and UNESCO present training manual for underwater cultural heritage in Latin America and the Caribbean
In 2001, the UNESCO convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage was adopted to support states in the ...
Dutch researchers funded in JPICH call
JPICH - the Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage - is a network of countries that fund research, including the ...