The work of the Italian-Russian Mission in Abu Erteila at a glance.
AcrossBorders is a project of the Institute of Egyptology and Coptology of the Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU) Munich and the Austrian Academy of Sciences Vienna.
Amara West is a project of the Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan at the British Museum in London.
The Archaeological Sites of the Island of Meroe are part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 2011.
Berber-Abidiya is a project of the Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan at the British Museum in London.
The Department of Archaeology and Cultural History of Northeast Africa (AKNOA) at the Institute of Archaeology at the Humboldt University Berlin is dedicated to teaching and research on Ancient Sudan.
The research center Ancient Sudan was established at the Institute of Egyptology and Coptology of the University of Münster.
The archive of Friedrich W. Hinkel is fully digitized and online available.
The Hamadab project of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) deals with urban archaeology in Sudan.
The Humboldt University Nubian Expedition (H.U.N.E) was active in the Fourth Nile Cataract section of the Merowe Dam Archaeological Salvage Project (MDASP) between 2004 and 2008.
The International Society for Nubian Studies (ISNS) is an organization for researchers working in Sudan and Nubia. The ISNS organizes the International Conference for Nubian Studies every four years.
Kawa/Northern Dongola Reach is a project of the Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan at the British Museum in London.
The work on early Kerma will be carried out by the Mission Archeologique Suisse a Kerma of the University of Neuchatel.
The work in Kerma-Doukki Gel is carried out by the Mission Archéologique Suisse-Franco-Soudanaise.
The Amri-Kirbekan Survey of the Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan at the British Museum in London was completed between the late 1990s and 2007 as part of the Merowe Dam Archaeological Salvage Project (MDASP) in the Fourth Nile Cataract area.
The Medieval Sai Project is a blog run by Alexandros Tsakos that focuses on general topics of archeology in Sudan and Nubia, and especially the Middle Ages of Nubia.
The Musawwarat Graffiti Archive is a cooperation between the Humboldt University of Berlin and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science. It makes research data from the Musawwarat Graffiti Project of the Humboldt University in Berlin freely available online.
The Naga-Project is being carried out by the State Museum of Egyptian Art in Munich.
The Polish Center of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw runs several projects in Sudan.
The Qatar-Sudan Archaeological Project (QSAP) sponsors more than 40 archaeological projects in Sudan.
The Section francaise de la direction des antiquités du Soudan (SFDAS) in Khartoum operates several archaeological projects in Sudan and provides a library on its premises at the National Corporation for Antiquities and Museums (NCAM).
The Sudan Archaeological Research Society (SARS) at the British Museum in London runs several projects in Sudan. The association organizes lectures and conferences and publishes the magazine Sudan & Nubia as well as a number of other publications.
The Sudan Archaeological Collection and Archive at the Institute of Archaeology of the Humboldt University in Berlin includes finds from Musawwarat es-Sufra and the archive of archaeological projects of the Humboldt University in Sudan since 1958.
The Wadi Abu Dom Investigations (WADI) are a project of the Institute of Egyptology and Coptology of the University of Münster.
The Zamani-Project of the University of Cape Town has documented many African heritage sites in three dimensions and made this data available online, including Musawwarat es-Sufra with panoramas from several perspectives and maps and images from the 3D laser scan.