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On Monday 7th April at the Planetarium, 17 young scientists had three minutes to convince a jury that science can be very simple... when it is well communicated.
This year, for the fourth time, the Asgard project gave students from 6 to 18 years the opportunity to go up into space!
FameLab, the international science communication competition for young scientists and engineers, is launching in the Benelux region for the first time in 2014 with the support of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and Innovative Brussels.
Ready to have insects for breakfast ? Join us on January 22 : have a drink, take a seat and have your questions answered about what could be the food of the future !
Join us in Brussels on Monday 16th December! This conference is the 4th in a European conferences series held around Europe to seek opinions from participants on the opportunities and threats posed by the social media phenomenon in today’s industrial workplace.
From now on, the call for RDI-projects is always open!
François Englert, Professor Emeritus at Université libre de Bruxelles and his confrère Peter Higgs of the University of Edinburgh were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics on Tuesday 8 October, for their discovery of the Boson of Brout-Englert-Higgs.
Read the De Standaard interview with Céline Fremault, the Brussels Minister of Economy, Employment and Scientific Research.
In 2007 Guillaume and Matthieu Donnet decided to start their energy-consultancy business, Global Energy Management Solutions (G.E.M.S). Here you will find the article Trends Tendances published in their Energy Management section.
For its fifth edition, TEDxBrussels brings world class speakers to the heart of Europe and over 2000 influential audience members to push the frontiers of our knowledge.