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Cultural Heritage in Europe: JPICH 2017 call now open
The Heritage in Changing Environments 2017 call under the EU JPICH joint programme on Cultural Heritage has been recently launched.
Publication date 10/02/2017
Source Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca
Aquileia Roman baths: UNIUD to start a new excavation campaign
The second part of the archaeological excavation campaign under the leadership of Marina Rubinich, Department of Humanities and Cultural Heritage of the University of Udine, started at the end of August...
Publication date 09/14/2017
Source UNIUD
Archaeology: UNIPD in Torba to study the Middle Age
A team of researchers from the School of Medieval Archaelogy of the University of Padua is analysing the findings found at the excavations of Torba, one of the symbolic sites of Italian Middle Age, owned...
Publication date 09/12/2017
Source UNIPD
Italian and Turkish archaeologists working at Karkemish
The archaeologists of the Turkish-Italian mission led by the University of Bologna-UNIBO, during the most recent campaign in Karkemish, Turkey, have unearthed findings dating back to 13th century B.C....
Publication date 09/01/2017
Source UNIBO
History of Physics, Nadia Robotti awarded with Le Muse 2017
Historian of science Professor Nadia Robotti, who has been collaborating for years with the Fermi Centre on projects focused on the History of Physics, has received one of the “Le Muse” awards...
Publication date 08/24/2017
Source Centro Fermi
Archaeological research: IBAM-CNR produced a 3D video on Siracusa
The Information Technologies Laboratory - ITLAB of the Institute for Archaeological and Monumental Heritage of the National Research Council- IBAM-CNR, in collaboration with Archeo Tour S.r.l., has produced...
Publication date 08/23/2017
University of Pisa: grant to anthropologists studying Altamura man
A grant of almost 400,000 euro to study the skeleton of the Altamura man was obtained by Damiano Marchi and Giovanni Boschian, anthropologists of the University of Pisa, in collaboration with other anthropologists...
Publication date 06/16/2017
Source UNIPI
CNR researchers study new lines in the Peruvian desert
Success story
The Nazca Lines are lines carved into the ground (geoglyphs) in the Nazca desert, an arid plateau that stretches some eighty kilometres between the towns of Nazca and Palpa, in southern Peru. There are...
Publication date 05/15/2017
Source CNR
CNR scientists investigate the origin of walnut
The first historical records of the use of the walnut fruit tree (Juglans regia L.) as a food date back to 9,000 years ago. Both Pliny the Elder, the Roman writer, admiral and naturalist, and Columella...
Publication date 04/04/2017
Source CNR
Underwater archaeology, the activities of the BLUEMED project begin
The University of Calabria, together with nine European partners, has recently started the activities of the BLUEMED project, promoted by the European Union under the transnational cooperation programme...
Publication date 03/14/2017
Source Università degli Studi della Calabria