GEM-CC cooperation with E-JUST in analysis

GEM-CC has a memorandum of understanding with E-JUST (Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology), which is a research university set up in collaboration between the Japanese and Egyptian governments in 2010. Both organizations had agreed on the promotion of technological cooperation in the conservation of Egyptian cultural heritage, and cooperating […]

Preparing the textile mounts for exhibition at GEM

The Egyptian textile team received the mount cases, which have been manufactured in Japan. after the arrival of the Japanese team to Cairo the team started checking the mount cases carefully for even the tiniest defect, which would affect the appearance of the textile object in the exhibition. Furthermore, the […]

Diagnostic Analysis of King Tutankhamen’s Funerary beds

The wood Lab team in GEM-CC is conducting non-destructive analysis on King Tutankhamen’s beds, using portable fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), fibre- optic reflectance spectroscopy (FORS) and Raman spectroscopy, these analyses were based on previous results of multi spectral technique and portable XRF spectrometer. The conservators proceeded with diagnostic analysis to […]