After its launch and long technical preparations in a Spanish shipyard, the future Belgian research vessel of the Federal Science Policy Office (Belsp
Two Belgian doctorate students from the KUL University of Leuven, technology campus Ghent, won the Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge (TIIC) Europe Analog Design Contest 2014, which is an internat
A team of scientists from the University of Hasselt, the hospital of East Limburg (ZOL) in Genk and the University of Colorado have received the prestigious The Best of What’s New Award from America
Louis Robeyns has been named Belgium’s Best Mini inventor.
The Royal Mint struck a commemorative coin today, in the honour of the Belgian Nobel prize winner, François Englert. The Mint made 6,000 copies, each to the value of 5 euro.
On 20 October, Antwerp Governor Cathy Berx awarded the Antwerp province 2014 Christoffel Plantin Science prize to professor Daniel Wagner from the Weizmann Institute for Science in Israel.