This new variant, which is called 'B.1.214' and is not a Belgian strain, was discovered by a laboratory at the University of Liège.
The University of Liège has developed a unique method of screening for coronavirus. It uses a self-swab kit, and is fully automated and inexpensive.
Professor of Medicine Dirk Elewaut (UGent) was the first Belgian to receive the world's most famous prize for rheumatology research, the German Carol Nachman Prize.
Thanks to 3D images of our defence system, researchers at the University of Louvain (UCLouvain) have made a discovery that paves the way for the development of new, more effective antibiotics.
You may not have been aware that the earth is surrounded by a green glow. Meanwhile, Belgian scientists have discovered something similar around Mars.
The European Space Agency has released a budget of €1 million for the use of the UCLouvain B-LIFE mobile screening laboratory in Piedmont, Italy.