Hitherto JEMU supported ca. 40 research projects that were initiated by research teams from both RMCA and/or RBINS in collaboration with other Belgian and/or foreign partners.
There are two types of projects:
- flagship projects provide funding for new or ongoing studies that substantially contribute to the scientific valorisation of the collections of RMCA and RBINS;
- pilot projects provide support to scientists of RBINS and RMCA in order to carry out pilot research in specific fields.
|Barpan||Exploratory study to obtain DNA barcodes from museum specimens of great apes||Emmanuel Gilissen (RMCA)||2008|
|BarCoVer||DNA barcoding of selected Congolese vertebrates||Erik Verheyen (RBINS)||2008|
|Bapam (Pardosa)||DNA-Barcoding of Pardosa injucunda in the MRAC collections (Araneae)||Rudy Jocqué (RMCA)||2008|
|Eces_pseu||Evolution and chemo-ecology in sawflies: biosynthesis of defensive terpenoids in Pseudodineura larvae||Jean-Luc Boevé (RBINS)||2008|
|Dag||Diversity of the Anoplotermes-group: an integrative approach||Maurice Leponce (RBINS) and Thomas Bourguignon (ULB)||2008|