Belgium has a solid tradition in marine research and corresponding vessels.
To avoid the permanent disappearance of many endangered animal species, the Pairi Daiza Foundation and the veterinary biotech Revatis have joined forces to store a large number of biological samples.
Belgium has shown itself at the forefront of cancer research after a successful clinical trial on patients with metastasized melanomas.
In 2013, a French patient lost a large part of her nose due to radio and chemotherapy treatment for nasopharyngeal cancer.
The energy debate increasingly revolves around hydrogen. If it is green, i.e. obtained with clean electricity, no greenhouse gases or other toxins are released.
Molecular biologist Jan Steyaert is the first Belgian to receive the Jacob and Louise Gabbay Award in Biotechnology and Medicine from Brandeis University (USA). Thanks to camels....