After several delays due to the weather and the COVID-19 crisis, the rocket Vega finally lifted off from Kourou with two Belgian mini satellites on board, Picasso and Simba.
Flanders was already a pioneer in the field of 3D printing for applications in aerospace, fashion and architecture sectors.
Belgium is the kingdom of beer, with several hundred brands marketed locally, nationally and internationally, so our brewing sector was extremely disappointed when lockdown was announced, and with it
Five Francophone universities are joining forces with four research centres to launch a new Institute dedicated to research in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI).
Every year, a reference guide lists the best pizzas that can be eaten outside Italy. And in fifth place, there is a Belgian address!
The world is feverishly searching for a vaccine against COVID-19. So is Oxford University. Novasep will produce the active ingredients for that Oxford vaccine at its Seneffe site.
.Thanks to regional funding, three Walloon enterprises have developed a new rapid serology test which detects immune response against two specific COVID-19 markers
Brussels is a greener city than you might think. The capital of Europe has more than 8,000 hectares of green spaces: parks, woods, the Sonian Forest, cemeteries, sports grounds, etc.
A study launched by the University of Antwerp, in collaboration with the University of Liège, allows us to understand the physical changes that take place in astronauts' brains after a space flig
In 1920, Belgium became Olympic champion for the first and only time at the Antwerp Games.
Those who associate the Middle Ages with gloom and austerity will definitely change their minds after a visit to the KBR in Brussels, the former Royal Library of Belgium, which will reopen on 18 Septe
Since 1 September, it has been possible to discover the whole of Belgium without leaving the capital.
The port of Antwerp wants to become a role model in terms of environmental friendliness and sustainability through the use of appropriate dredging activities.
An Antwerp company is developing mobile devices that can quickly disinfect large public spaces and thus eliminate the presence of coronavirus.
This is a twenty-kilometre hike, partly through the remains of a flourishing industrial period, and partly through nature.
A new gallery has been opened at the Museum of Natural Sciences. Covering an area of 2,000 m², 850 stuffed animals are presented in their respective habitats.
After the wolf, is it now the lynx's turn to return to Belgium? After all, this protected species has not been present in our regions for hundreds of years.
Are you longing for freedom? Hop on your bike and discover Wallonia by taking the towpaths and old railway tracks along the Meuse River from Givet (France) to Maastricht (Netherlands).
Go to our Facebook page and vote for the photo that will win the Public Prize.
On the corner of Avenue Louise and Avenue Émile De Mot in Brussels, a skyscraper draws all the attention. Especially now that mountaineers have recreated it in Europe's largest mural.
Those who associate the Middle Ages with gloom and austerity will definitely change their minds after a visit to the KBR in Brussels, the former Royal Library of Belgium, which will reopen on 18 September 2020.
They could not have crossed paths in real life, because they were not contemporaries, but today Jan Van Eyck (1390-1441), Pieter Bruegel (1525-1569) and Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) stand side by sid