About the CENIEH
The CENIEH is a facility open to scientific and technological use for the national and international scientific and technological community. Scientific research in the field of human evolution during the Late Neogene and Quaternary is developed within the Centre itself, promoting awareness and knowledge transfer to society and encouraging and supporting collaboration in conducting excavations and deposits of these periods, both Spanish and worldwide. In addition, the CENIEH is responsible for the conservation, restoration, management and record of archaeological and paleontological collections from Atapuerca and other archaeological and paleontological sites both national and international by means of institutional agreements with collaborative institutions. More information about the ICTS in: Singular Scientific and Technological Facilities.
The CENIEH is managed by a consortium composed by the Central Government through the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, and the Community of Castile and Leon, through the Ministry of Education. This consortium aims to manage and promote scientific cooperation. More information about the governing Charter and the Consortium may be found in the following documents: Resolution of January 20, 2010, the Secretary of State for Research - BOE no. 37 of 11 February 2010 and Resolution of 12 April 2010, the Directorate General for Institutional Relations and External Action - BOCyL no. 95 May 20, 2010.
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