What can nanotechnologies do to combat the illicit trafficking of antiquities?

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A large, fragmented marble head is lit by spotlights in a museum. In the background people are walking through a museum space.A large, fragmented marble head is lit by spotlights in a museum. In the background people are walking through a museum space.

What can nanotechnologies do to combat the illicit trafficking of antiquities?

ANCHISE aims to build a global and comprehensive answer to meet the challenges of effective protection of cultural heritage in Europe, for both antiquities and modern cultural goods, in order to provide sustainable and replicable solutions. Its assumption is that addressing this topic implies a bottom-up process, which will build a global and comprehensive approach at every stage of the analysis.

Crossing the methodology of networking that has proved its efficiency in the H2020 NETCHER project with the innovative results of new technologies developments (H2020 PREVISION, H2020 MAGNETO), ANCHISE will create an operational set of tools applicable for European contexts and replicable in other situations abroad.

The ANCHISE project is funded by the European Union’s HORIZON EUROPE programme.

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Mar 14 2024
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5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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ANCHISE
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