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Alumnus Katrien Herdewyn merges science and shoe design
Nanotechnology inspired Katrien Herdewyn when fashioning her own shoe label. Now she is an inspiration to companies in Silicon Valley.
Do smart contracts herald the end of administrative red tape?
Smart contracts can turn our ways of doing business on their head.
How do you prevent bridges from shaking?
By predicting the vibration levels of structures such as footbridges, researchers contribute to optimal designs.
Honorary Doctor Zhenan Bao: A second skin full of electronics
The future beyond the smartphone: an artificial skin packed with electronics, wearable on our body or even implanted.
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.
Non-alcoholic beer with body
Researcher Niels Langenaeken spends every day working on what began as a hobby in his garage.
MOOCs: the rapid rise of free digital education
Massive Online Open Courses are digital courses that universities offer free of charge. KU Leuven has already reached 230,000 students.
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?
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