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Light as a feather, yet unbreakable
KU Leuven spin-off REIN4CED developed a rock-solid and impact-resistant alternative to carbon racing bicycles.
Heptathlete Noor Vidts has bioscience engineering as an extra discipline
Noor Vidts combines sports and academic studies. After a top performance at the Olympics, she will focus on her master’s thesis this year.
The connections between your intestines and your brain
There is a line of communication between your intestines and your brain, and it may influence your emotions, such as stress and fear.
AI: will intelligence come with time?
KU Leuven researchers attempt to make AI systems more flexible and to ensure that they become genuinely intelligent.
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Pears under solar panels
Will local farmers of the future provide us with both food and energy? Bioengineers at KU Leuven are testing agrivoltaics.
The digital fingerprint of Pieter Bruegel
New technology sharpens our eye, as it were, to see the graphic oeuvre of an old master.
Thomas Cocolios, measuring an atom with humane results
Researching the smallest particles in the universe requires the largest equipment and the broadest international coalitions.
Meat substitutes 3.0
KU Leuven scientists research how to turn soya beans into a high-quality meat substitute.
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