Read about recent publications, expeditions or conferences in which researchers from Naturalis contributed.
Many and more things can be examined form bones. In one of the early blogs (Grandpa), I looked closely at some of ...
Nicole de Voogd appointed as Professor Global change and marine ecosystems
We are proud to annouche that, as of 1 May 2018, Naturalis' researcher Nicole de Voogd has been appointed as Professor by ...
Napoleon's birds finally reunited
PhD-researcher Justin Jansen dove into naturalis' collection to research The Ornithology of the Baudin expedition (1800-1804).
Full professorship for prof. dr. van Welzen
1th of May 2018 -The extraordinary professorship of Peter van Welzen at Leiden University has been converted after 10 years into a ...
Life at sea
Leqin is Phd-student and has just started her research. She writes us about her life on board.
Whales and toothbrushes
The first thing that happens when you start any new project at a museum is the literature search. How have other museums ...
Boxes for rabbits: historical packing material in the ZMA collections
When you enter a natural history collection, your eye is immediately caught by interesting and spectacular objects that make up a representation ...
Soil bacteria follow seasonal variation in rainforest phenology
Seasonality influences the presence & abundance of soil bacteria. Also soil chemistry has effect on the composition of bacteria.
Whale Blog 13: What do whale bones and solving a murder have in common?
How a process that is a problem for our whale bones, can be of great value in forensic anthropology. A tale about ...