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The most famous piece of Belgian portable artwork has to be the massive Chaleux stone. Engraved on both sides, it depicts a fine aurochs and a reindeer on one side and, on the other, a horse, a standing ibex and another ibex lying down. (Photo: RBINS)
23/01/2018

The Most Ancient Belgian Art: Online And in 3D

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Reinout Verbeke

The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS) has launched an online museum with the oldest art objects from Belgium.

Biologists Sophie Gryseels, Herwig Leirs and Erik Verheyen will investigate the cause of the 2017 Ebola outbreak in northern Congo (Photo: University of Antwerp)
27/06/2017

Belgian Researchers Join Investigation Into Cause of Ebola Outbreak in Congo

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Reinout Verbeke

A small-scale Ebola epidemic broke out in northern Congo in May was contained relatively quickly.

Visual PlateoNIGHT
04/04/2017

Party for Ben: PlateoNIGHT

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Charlotte Degueldre

On Friday (21st April) from 7-11pm it’s PlateoNIGHT at the Museum!

Museum Night Fever 11.03.2017 écrit sur un fond de flammes
01/03/2017

MNF 2017 : Animal Rebel Culture at the Museum

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Charlotte Degueldre

On Saturday 11 March 2017, from 19:00 to 01:00, we celebrate the 10th edition of Museum Night Fever. 23 Brussels museums get out of their comfort zone!

One of our technicians preparing a foot of the Plateosaurus with small and pneumatic tools, similar to the tools a dentist uses. (Photo: Thierry Hubin, RBINS)
22/02/2017

Meet Ben the plateosaurus and join the Plateoteam!

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Charlotte Degueldre

We need your support to help 'Ben', an authentic and almost complete plateosaurus, move into our Dinosaur Gallery. Donate and join the Plateoteam!

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