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JPICH project Wetfutures presents Schokland in mixed reality
JPICH project Wetfutures presented the result of their project: a Mixed Reality (MR) app for the UNESCO World Heritage Site of ...
Martijn Manders awarded endowed professorship at Leiden University
Maritime archaeologist Martijn Manders has been appointed professor occupying the endowed chair of Underwater Archaeology and ...
Finds from the #Rooswijk1740 shipwreck on display during the Ramsgate Open Days
During the Ramsgate Open Days in July, finds of the Rooswijk shipwreck are on display.
Colonies of Benevolence have formally received European Heritage Label
The visitor centers of the Colonies of Benevolence in the Netherlands and Belgium were officially awarded the European Heritage ...
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