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The new RV Belgica in her home port of Zeebrugge, February 2022. (Image: Belgian Navy/J. Urbain)
10/04/2022

A unique cooperation and new scientific challenges for the research vessel Belgica!

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Kelle Moreau

On Thursday 31 March 2022, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Justice and the North Sea, Mr Vincent Van Quickenborne, and the State Secretary for Relance and Strategic Investments, in charge of Science Policy, Mr Thomas Dermine, visited the new Belgian research vessel 'RV Belgica'

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Minister Van Quickenborne and Rik Van de Walle, Rector of Ghent University, receive explanations on the research into the effects of electromagnetic fields on the development of marine animals. (Image: UGent)
10/04/2022

Belgium protects nature to the maximum when constructing offshore wind farms

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Kelle Moreau

EDEN2000 studies: Belgium leading the way in Europe

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Scientific News
Arctocyon skull from the collections of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences. The skull was excavated in the 1980s in the Reims region. (Photo: Thierry Smith)
31/03/2022

Mammals put brawn before brains to survive post-dinosaur world

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Reinout Verbeke

Prehistoric mammals bulked up, rather than develop bigger brains, to boost their survival chances once dinosaurs had become extinct, research suggests.

Expedition Inkanamongo
25/03/2022

Video 'Expedition Inkanamongo' - In search of the source of zoonoses in DR Congo

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Reinout Verbeke

Biologist Nicolas Laurent and his research team go on an expedition to the Democratic Republic of Congo, to the remote village of Inkanamongo.

KBIN - IRSNB - RBINS
23/03/2022

Securing of the RBINS building related to the asbestos risk

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Communication

Asbestos fibers have been detected in the institute part of the RBINS buildings and several measures have been put into place. We would like to reassure you: our visitors are not at all concerned.

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