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Human bone fragments from the Goyet caves (Belgium), between 27,000 en 35,000 years old and belonging to haplogroups M or N. (Photo: Eric Dewamme, RBINS)
04/02/2016

European Humans Underwent Hefty Shuffle at the End of Last Ice Age

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Reinout Verbeke

European populations changed dramatically at the end of the last Ice Age. This is what scientists have revealed as a result of DNA analysis of more than thirty fossils from six countries.

Tv-presentaror Lieven Scheire neemt de naar hem genoemde wandelende tak vast
10/03/2015

New Stick Insect Species Named After TV-Presenter Lieven Scheire

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Reinout Verbeke

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Pupils looking at the stick insects in their classroom
05/03/2015

Pupils Help to Describe a New Stick Insect Species

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Reinout Verbeke

A new species of phasmids is going to be observed, described and named by children from 3 primary classes in Brussels and Namur (Belgium).

The head of the wasp Vespula vulgaris in detail.
09/01/2015

Researchers Present Low-Budget Method for Mass-Digitisation of Specimens

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Reinout Verbeke

Researchers at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS) have constructed a focus stacking set-up made of consumer grade products with better end results than high-end solutions and for a tenth of the price of current systems.

Antarctische meteoriet van 18 kilogram wordt door wetenschappers gemeten en uit het ijs gehaald.
22/12/2014

New Collection of Antarctic Meteorites

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Reinout Verbeke
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