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Christian Burlet presents the SpectroGRID to the astrobiologists of 'Origins and Habitability'
14/11/2019

Belgian Geologists Create Laser Rock Scanner for NASA

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Siska Van Parys

Scientists of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences have developed an ultra-robust rock scanner to analyse the chemical composition of rocks.

Groepsportret van de winnaars van de Van den Broeck-medaille.
25/10/2019

Geologists Rewarded With a Medal for Mapping the Walloon Subsoil

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Reinout Verbeke

The Van den Broeck Medal was awarded to geologists who, for 30 years, mapped the abundant Walloon subsoil.

Skull of the allosaur Arkhane (photo: Thierry Hubin / RBINS)
07/05/2019

Arkhane, A New Dinosaur Species On Display

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Charlotte Degueldre

In world premiere: 'Arkhane', the new Jurassic predatory dinosaur, is on display in the Gallery of Evolution until Spring 2021!

Excavation of the fossil skeleton of 'Balaenoptera cf. musculus' on the edge of San Giuliano Lake, Matera (photo G. Bianucci).
01/05/2019

The Largest Fossil Whale Ever Found

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Reinout Verbeke

New fossils from Italy shed light on the evolution of extreme gigantism of whales. "Large whales evolved earlier than previously thought" our colleague Felix Marx explains.

Fossil bones of a leg (tarsometatarsus) and a wing (carpometacarpus) of a Messelornithidae of Egem (early Eocene) compared to those of Messelornis cristata of Messel, Germany (middle Eocene) (Photo: Sven Tränkner and Thierry Hubin)
04/04/2019

52 Million Year Old Birds Found by Palaeontology Enthusiasts

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Charlotte Degueldre

Thanks to the excavations carried out in Egem, West Flanders, by palaeontology enthusiasts we know more about the early Eocene birds of the North Sea Basin.

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