2011-12-14 Trainers practice a CO2 experiment Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) held a training course in the Grand Egyptian Museum-Conservation Center (GEM-CC) from 4th of December to 13th of December 2011. In cooperation with GEM-CC three experts came from Japan to complete this mission; Prof. Masatoshi Kubo, Research Center for Cultural Resources, Dr. Shingo Hidaka, The National Museum of Ethnology […]

Training course of collection management

2011-11-20 A training course on the third Integrated Pest Management (IPM) was held in Egypt for 4 days (20-23 November, 2011) for the conservators and scientists in GEM-CC. Three instructors in IPM came from Japan to attend the course. The three experts are Dr. Sadatoshi Miura, the Chairman of the board directors from Research Foundation for Insect Damage of Cultural […]

Third Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Training Course

2011-11-16 Hands-on practice: Learning about condition check of museum artifacts Reporting presentations about the two training courses held in Japan from September to October 2011: Collection Management and IPM (insecticidal treatment), were made by the participated GEM-CC staff on November 13 and 16 at the GEM-CC library. Collection Management course aims to build a system to receive, organize, manage, and […]

Presentation about Collection Management Action Plan and IPM (Integrated Pest ...

2011-04-01 ADD staff members photographs the pectoral of the King Tut Currently we are working on making archeological database includes the artifacts that will be in the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM), as a part of the project. Our competent team revises the old archeological records of the selected artifacts for the GEM to make sure that all the data in […]

Beginning of working with the King Tutankhamen collection

  Currently, more than twenty conservators are appointed to work on conservation of the selected artifacts for the GEM. In cooperation with the National Research Institute for Cultural Prosperities, Tokyo, we have been organizing training workshops on conservation by material such as paper and textile. Training Courses in Egypt We organized five day workshops consisting of both lectures and practical […]

Training the Conservators for the GEM

1-5-2010   Mr. Suzuki, an expert in information technology of databases, delivers us reports on workflow progress in Archeological Database Department (ADD). The 27th of January 2010, witnessed the beginning of transportation of selected artifacts from storerooms in different places of Cairo to be displayed in the GEM. The transportation of artifacts is mainly the responsibility of the Egyptian side, […]

Transportation of the Selected Artifacts Starts