Several international research institutes and museums participate in developing EUROREFUGIA project.
- Instituto Internacional de Investigaciones Prehistóricas de Cantabria (IIIPC) – Universidad de Cantabria
The Instituto Internacional de Investigaciones Prehistóricas de Cantabria is a university research institute of mixed character, owned by the University of Cantabria, the Government of Cantabria and the Spanish Santander Bank (Banco Santander). It is also an Associated Unit to the Spanish National Research Council-CSIC (Institución Milá y Fontanals at Barcelona)
The Institute has five main research lines: Bioarchaeology, Prehistoric art, Palaeolithic of southwest Europe, Origin and development of rural societies, Prehistoric Technology.
- National Museum of Belgrade, Republic of Serbia
The National Museum of Belgrade safeguards over 400,000 archaeological, historic and numismatic artifacts, artworks, works of applied art, a collection of old and rare books, as well as an extraordinary archive of documents. This rich museum fund is systematized in collections divided primarily on chronological criterion as well as by type of artifacts.
- McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research – University of Cambridge
The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research serves as an interdisciplinary hub aiming to provide a shared intellectual home for archaeologists at Cambridge with a programme of seminars, workshops, conferences, publications and research grants as well as laboratory space for a wide range of archaeological research which crosses continents, periods and approaches in its exploration of the diversity of the human past.
The laboratory facilities based in both the Museum and Department of Anthropology at UBC, including biochemistry preparation labs, and three dedicated isotope ratio mass spectrometers for the measurements of C, N, O, H and S are leaded by Michael Richards.