The current edition of Days of Art in Greece, presents the Archaeogene technology, which was developed by the high-tech company DNASequence and allows the study of deterioration and the reveal of the microbial biodiversity, to protect cultural heritage and works of art.

DNASequence applied the Archaeogene technology for the first time at the Holy Church of the Resurrection in Jerusalem. A similar case is the Eupalineo Trench in Samos, one of the most important projects in the history of construction engineering, designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.


DNA Sequence is pleased to announce its participation in the 2nd International Conference on "Transdisciplinary Multispectral Modelling and Cooperation for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage. Rebranding the World in Crisis through Culture". DNA Sequence presented at the Conference its innovative technologies for the protection of the world's cultural heritage. Τhe company's scientific team also presented the work and results on "Archaeogenomics for the microbiota characterization of the Holy Aedicule, of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem".
DNA Sequence is pleased to announce its participation in the 2nd Greek-Chinese International Conference on Environment and Culture, which will be held digitally from 17-19 September 2021.

The 2nd International Conference ( is one of the activities of the "Sino-Hellenic Academic Project" of the Hellenic Culture Research Centre, the Yellow River Culture Research Centre in Greece and the Collaborative Innovation Centre for Yellow River Culture and Sustainable Development.

At the conference, the results of the application of the unique technology of DNA Sequence Archaeogene, which was applied in collaboration with Professor Ioannis Lyritzis, will be presented on archaeological finds from the Mycenaean settlement at Kastrouli in Fokida. More specifically, through the publication "Whole Genome Sequencing Approach Revealed Microbial Species in Mycenaean Period Associated Residual Plant Biomass: First Results", new technologies for sequencing microbial DNA from archaeological finds will be presented that can provide valuable information for Αrchaeometry.

The Conference is under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, the Ministry of Culture and Sports, the Region of Central Greece, the Municipality of Delphi and the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in the Hellenic Republic.  In addition, it is officially supported by the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, the Institute of Geology and Geophysics, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, many Greek and foreign Universities, the Hellenic Pharmaceutical Association and other organizations.