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ICCROM Call for Posters – Discovering Samples Archives

ICCROM are organising a two-day online Poster Session and Roundtable for the 29th-30th November 2021. The Call for Posters is open until next Friday, the 15th October: Do you have a material sample collection you would like to showcase? Do [...]

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EAA 2022 Budapest: Call for Sessions opened

The Call for Sessions for the 2022 EAA Conference is open with the deadline of the 11th November. This will be held in Budapest from 31st August - 3rd September 2022 and is planned to be a face-to-face event with [...]

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First 4CH Annual Meeting Summary

The first Annual Meeting of the 4CH project was held on Thursday the 8th July with over 70 people attending the Zoom meeting which was chaired by Francesco Taccetti, INFN. After a short welcome, the first speaker was the European [...]

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After the Damages 2nd talk to focus on the 4CH Project

The After the Damages International Academy (University of Ferrara) is pleased to announce their second talk which focusses on the 4CH Project  for Tuesday 22nd June at 14:00-18:00 CEST. The event, organized in collaboration with the Clust-ER BUILD and [...]

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Italy endorses 4CH at EU Council for Culture

During the EU Council for Culture of 18 May, the Italian Ambassador endorsed the 4CH project and proposed future developments for it. A video clip (1'14") of this part of his speech is available here (with English subtitles): https://vimeo.com/554224174 The [...]

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How 3D Scanning is Reinventing Paleoanthropology – the case of DNH 155

Paranthropus robustus SK-48. mBy Ditsong National Museum of Natural History - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=11931381 This  article by Jesse Martin, a graduate archaeology researcher at La Trobe University in Melbourne, was published on the 25th April [...]