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Coastal protection: a job for nature itself
The answer to climate change is not necessarily pouring more concrete.
Capturing CO2 with aerosol devices
Capturing and recycling CO2. Researchers at Campus Diepenbeek are developing a new generation of chemical reactors to do just that.
Red mud becomes a green raw material
KU Leuven researchers are trying to make the most of bauxite residue so that it no longer needs to be disposed of as waste.
Honorary Doctor Kate Raworth: Students have a taste for her doughnut economics
The students at KU Leuven nominated Kate Raworth for an honorary doctorate: “She reminds us why we study at university.”
Cooled ambitions, warmer earth
In 2015, 195 countries signed up to the Paris Climate Accord and promised to tackle climate change. Five years later, ambitions have cooled.
The lightning breakaway of the electric bike
What are our expectations of electric bikes? Is commuting with a speed pedelec enjoyable? And can legislation keep up?
A smart station for all e-bikes
Electric bikes take us further and further, but there is no smart charging system. Researchers demonstrate what it might look like.
The road to greener transport
Mobility experts from KU Leuven are looking for ways to make the traffic situation in our country more efficient and sustainable.
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