Technopolis Groups is pleased to announce a significant milestone in Belgium’s cultural heritage and museum research. For the first time, the esteemed museums housing Belgium’s federal collections of antiquity, ethnography, decorative arts and crafts, and musical instruments have established their long-term research values, principles, and priorities.
The RMAH Research Strategy, developed in collaboration with the Royal Museums of Art and History of Belgium, is an initiative aimed at enhancing scientific research and fostering synergies with academic and scholarly institutions. This strategy seeks to improve research infrastructure, secure sustainable funding, and ensure excellence and innovation in museum research.
For Technopolis, it has been a privilege and an enriching experience to collaborate with the team at the RMAH in shaping their Research Strategy. This strategy is not just about preserving the past; it’s about igniting the future of research, enhancing public engagement, and fostering a deeper understanding of our diverse cultures and shared history. This development underscores the commitment of both Technopolis Groups and the RMAH to advancing cultural heritage preservation and promoting scholarly inquiry.