The satellite mission involves understanding how certain space debris returns to Earth and burns up in the atmosphere.
Modern technology is also popping up more and more in the building sector.
It was of course inconceivable to start digging, so a non-invasive technique, namely ground-penetrating radar and electrostatic prospecting, was used to explore the underground.
A team from the KU Leuven have made a promising technological breakthrough. They have designed a solar panel that produces hydrogen and oxygen directly from the air and sun.
There's no need to start panicking about the tiger mosquito, but we do need to be on our guard.
Delightful news in the Antwerp zoo: okapi Ubundu was born at the end of January, after fourteen months of gestation.