Kubtec announced today that it has been selected to supply high-resolution x-ray imaging equipment to the international research team that discovered and excavated the 3500-year-old Griffin Warrior Tomb in Pylos, Greece. The equipment will be used to further study this once-in-a-lifetime archeological find.
Dr. Sharon Stocker, who co-led the international research team from University of Cincinnati, describes it as “one of the most magnificent displays of prehistoric wealth discovered in mainland Greece in the past 65 years.”
Kubtec recently welcomed Dr. Stocker and Professor Jerry Conlogue from Quinnipiac University to their Stratford, CT research and manufacturing facility where they used the proprietary XTEND™ Portable X-ray unit to image some of these precious findings in hopes of unlocking unsolved mysteries about the ancient civilization.
After her visit, Stocker thanked Jerry Conlogue, Co-Executive Director of Bioanthropology Research Institute and Professor of Diagnostic Imaging, for his expert assistance.
Forensic anthropology is one of the key areas of focus for Kubtec whose expertise extends from Medical Imaging to research, anthropology and industrial testing. More about Kubtec and the large variety of uses for their technologies can be found at www.kubtecscientific.com.