On Thursday 18 February 2021, the world witnessed the delicate but perfect precision landing of NASA's Mars Perseverance Rover.
At Ghent University, a technology has been developed which will make seawater desalination much easier in the future.
Professors in Leuven have collaborated in the development of a new test which makes it quicker and cheaper to genetically diagnose blood disorders, heralding a significant step forward in the treatmen
The Belgian doctoral student Merel Van Walleghem has received European Space Agency’s (ESA) Young Researcher Award.
The test that can be used for early detection of the Ebola virus, developed by the Mechelen-based biotechnology company Biocartis, has just received the green light from the U.S.
Belgian scientists at the universities of Copenhagen and Liege have developed a new method that can quickly predict whether patients will recover from a coma.