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Nine projects funded in Pilot call JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change

Nine projects receive funding from NWO in the Pilot call Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) Cultural Heritage and Global Change published. The call closed April 5, 2013. Click here for a full list of the awarded projects.

The research topics on which this Joint Heritage European Programme Call was focused were: 
• Methods, tools (including non-invasive instruments) and modelling for understanding damage and decay mechanisms (including the effects of weathering and climate change) on tangible heritage (including buildings, sites and landscapes); 
• Materials, technologies and procedures for the conservation of tangible cultural heritage; 
• Use and re-use of buildings and landscapes, including the relationship between changes of use and public policy, including costs and added value (for example as a result of planning regulations and urban development); 
• Increasing understanding of cultural values, valuation, interpretation, ethics and identity around all forms of cultural heritage (tangible, intangible and digital heritage).

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