StopRats: Sustainable Technologies to Overcome Pest Rodents in Africa through Science is a current research project (2014-2016) based in Sierra Leone, Madagascar, Tanzania, Namibia, South Africa and Swaziland. StopRats aims to increase science and technology innovation and build capacity of African institutions.
The EcoRat project in southeastern Africa developed strategies that could be used to manage rodents withou the use of poisons.
The Rat Management for Rural Communities in Bangladesh project looked at both chronic and acute problems of rodents on people's livelihoods, including the phenomenon of rodent population outbreaks
The RatZooMan project on rodent-borne diseases in Africa, particularly plague, leptospirosis and toxoplasmosis
CSIRO research projects in Australia and southeastern Asia
The IRD's project on rodent population biology in flood areas of the Sahelo-Sudanian zone