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A typical city-dwelling carabid beetle: Harpalus affinis. De species tolerates higher temperatures and has long wings. (Photo: Andrey Vlasenko)
07/02/2017

Urbanization Leads to Poorer Insect Communities

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Reinout Verbeke

Cities eliminate less mobile species and favour those that thrive at higher temperatures. This is the conclusion of a field study conducted in 81 places in Belgium.

Our famous Goyet dog skull, the oldest dog identified to date, is being sampled for DNA analysis. (photo: Reinout Verbeke - RBINS)
14/10/2016

How DNA Reveals Ancient Secrets

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Jonas Van Boxel

A Neanderthal bone, a mummified Egyptian cat, a dog from Siberian permafrost, a sturgeon from Roman times or medieval plant remains: their DNA is a fantastic source of information. But the genetic code of these ancient organisms is not easy to crack.

Foot path made from locally processed Scallop shells at Tobermory on the Isle of Mull, Scotland (Photo: James Morris, RBINS)
07/07/2016

What Architects Can Learn From Shells

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Jonas Van Boxel

Shells are more than pretty collectables or what remains after a nice mussel meal.

The research vessel RV Belgica (photo: RBINS)
26/06/2015

News - Secretary of State Sleurs Increases Budget for RV Belgica

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Secretary of State for Science Policy, Elke Sleurs, has increased the maintenance budget for the oceanographic research vessel, RV Belgica. She has provided € 1,019,000 on top of the existing, recurrent annual increase (€ 550,000) in the RV Belgica's operating budget.

Leerlingen nemen een wandelende tak op hun hand
05/03/2015

Pupils help to describe a new stick insects species

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Reinout Verbeke

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