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Wave converter (Nemos)
24/01/2017

Public Consultation for a Research Structure for Wave Energy

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Sigrid Maebe

In December NEMOS has introduced a request for an environmental permit for the construction and exploitation of a temporary research structure for wave energy conversion. The public consultation for this permit is now open.

 

Retired taxonomists Patrick Grootaert and Léon Baert. 'Taxonomy is more than collecting stamps' (Photo: Reinout Verbeke, RBINS)
18/01/2017

Taxonomists, an endangered species

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Reinout Verbeke

Taxonomists describe, define and identify life on Earth. This fundamental work is necessary to preserve and protect declining biodiversity.

Windmills Thorntonbank
13/01/2017

New MUMM Website With Information On Activities At Sea

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Sigrid Maebe

Check out the new website of the scientific service Management Unit of the Mathematical Models of the North Sea. In Belgium MUMM is responsible for the follow up of activities at sea.

Foam on the beach: a result of eutrophication. (photo: RBINS)
04/01/2017

Where Does The Foam On The Beach Come From?

post by
Jonas Van Boxel

Eutrophication, the overdose of nutrients in water, is damaging our seas and rivers. Our Institute, together with The International Scheldt Commission and the Belgian Federal Public Service, organised a workshop for scientists and policymakers to stop this process.

Alpheid at work in the desert of Chile. (photo: P. Sobron / SETI NAI Andes 2016 Expedition)
22/12/2016

Finding Life On Mars With Lasers

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Jonas Van Boxel

Researchers from our Institute have developed a laser technology device that can detect life in extreme environments. A first test in the high deserts of Chile proved to be a success.

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