Expert (Conservation Training Organizer), Ms. Rei Harada has made a presentation about “Cultural Inheritance International Cooperation – The Grand Egyptian Museum – Conservation Center Project” in The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) – Cairo Research Station


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In Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) – Cairo Research Station, an event under the name of “Open Lectures” is carried out on irregular basis. The event targets Japanese residents, Egyptians who are interested in Japanese language and culture, etc.

On June 4th (Thur), Ms. Rei Harada (Expert (Conservation Training Organizer)) has made a presentation under the name of “Cultural Inheritance International Cooperation – The Grand Egyptian Museum – Conservation Center Project”. The presentation has taken about an hour, after which time for questions was provided. So many questions were asked, that the time wasn’t enough for them all.

The following is a URL to the Home Page of The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) – Cairo Research Station (where a summary of Ms. Rei Harada’s presentation is published).

http://jspscairo.com/eventnews-konwakai.htm#kon_2015_2

In addition, the following is a URL to the Home Page of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) – Cairo Research Station.

http://jspscairo.com/index.htm

The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS): an Independent administrative agency that was established for the purpose of planning the promotion of academics through aiding technical research, providing funds for training researchers, promoting science-related international cooperation, and conducting research concerning the application of science.

The Main business of The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) – Cairo Research Station (established in 1984):

  1. Collecting or providing documents and information necessary for the technical International exchange process between Japan and The Middle East.
  2. Liaison of Japan-Middle East technical institutions and researchers.
  3. Planning convenient donation for Japanese researchers who visit Cairo for the purpose of technical International exchange, etc.

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