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Preserving Chinese Culture & Artifacts
The Foundation provides support to the University’s archeological excavation activities, and the creation of laboratories for the conservation of cultural relics. The laboratories are engaged in advancing conservation practices for artifacts, collections and excavation sites. It also serves as a center for the education and training of conservation specialists. The work undertaken by the university has made great contributions to the conservation of China’s cultural heritage.
It has built a domestic first-class archeology and cultural relics protection laboratory with an area of more than 5,800 square meters, of which the indoor archeological laboratory is the first in a domestic university, and undertakes laboratory archeological projects of six domestic archeological institutions; it has an independent museum of more than 40,000 square meters. It has formed an integrated development pattern of field excavation-protection-research-display of cultural heritage; attracted a large number of high-level talents to join, and greatly increased the scale of talent training to meet the current social needs of my country's cultural heritage protection
Funding "Archaeological Excavations in the Lab", seeks to not just build the infrastructure for Archaeological research but also nurture the talents that will contribute to this area in the near future.
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