Workshop In Vivo - © Frédéric Demeuse

In Vivo 2015: photography workshops at the Museum

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Charlotte Degueldre

For photographers João M. Gil and Frédéric Demeuse from In Vivo*, photography is about what goes on beyond the camera.

The head of the wasp Vespula vulgaris in detail.

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.

Artist impression of Kulindadromeus zabaikalicus, the newly discovered feathered dinosaur

Feathered Dinosaur Kulindadromeus in Top 10 Scientific Breakthroughs of 2014

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Reinout Verbeke

Our study on the primitive feathered dinosaur Kulindadromeus zabaikalicus is one of the 10 scientific achievements of 2014, according to the journal Science

Antarctische meteoriet van 18 kilogram wordt door wetenschappers gemeten en uit het ijs gehaald.

New Collection of Antarctic Meteorites

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Reinout Verbeke
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Richard Smith receives the prize

Richard Smith Receives Morris Skinner Prize

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Reinout Verbeke

Richard Smith, scientific collaborator at our Institute, has won the Morris Skinner Prize for his contribution to vertebrate palaeontology. Smith is honoured especially for the Dormaal collection of fossil vertebrates from the early Eocene. 


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