Even after forty years, the cartoon series The Smurfs remains a favourite of children and adults alike in more than 100 countries around the world. There have been nine seasons and 272 episodes!
It was thanks to the pressing demand of beer lovers that Scourmont Abbey decided to market a Trappiste Verte (Green), now the strongest of its beers since this lager exceeds its blue, red, white and g
For more than a century and a half, the Maison Bernard has brought joy to its large clientele of professional and amateur musicians attracted by beautiful bowed instruments.
Tachina Peeters wins gold medal at the European Championships in Trampoline and Tumbling.
Its leader Alex Callier has been aiming for quality since day one in 1995, and this quality has remained the trademark of Belgian rock band Hooverphonic over the years.
A study on the treatment of cancer in zero gravity has been selected by the United Nations and will be launched by a team of Belgian researchers on the future Chinese space station.
The Jan De Nul Group, already a world leader in dredging, is developing the Swordfish, an underwater vehicle capable of digging deep trenches for cable laying across the sea.
By joining the Global Coalition for Biodiversity, the Royal Museum for Central Africa is taking a shared approach to the preservation of nature on a global scale.
After two years of work, Brussels airport is inaugurating a new 50,000 m² logistics building. Brucargo now has the largest refrigerated space among European airports.
The Mundaneum in Mons is both an archive centre, sometimes compared to a paper Google, and an exhibition space.