We already told you last year that the 2019 Tour de France would start in Brussels. Now more details are known.
World first: a child with a liver transplant who was struck by an antibiotic-resistant infection was treated by phagotherapy in Brussels.
Belgian chocolate has long been known as the tastiest in the world. So it was high time for an innovative experience museum to celebrate our local gem: Chocolate Nation in Antwerp
It was already possible to cycle through the water in Limburg, and now you can also pedal through the treetops at a height of 10 metres.
Luxilon, a portmanteau of ‘luxury’ and ‘nylon’, has been producing high-quality and high-technology tennis strings for over 20 years.
Belgian shoe chain Torfs won the title of Best Employer in Europe for 2019.
Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) is a non-profit organisation that brings together around 2,000 botanic gardens around the world in a network, to maintain plant diversity
Lier-based bus manufacturer Van Hool will supply eight articulated trambuses of 18 metres in length that run on hydrogen for the French city of Pau in late 2019. These are the first in the world to be powered by hydrogen technology.
A team of researchers from the Free University of Brussels (VUB) has unveiled a technique that doubles the chances of pregnancy through in vitro fertilisation (IVF).
In an interview on Belgian television in 1959, Audrey Hepburn said: "I was born here in Brussels, and I am very happy about that".