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Plants will be planted in these gabions. (photo: Jérôme Constant)
14/12/2016

A Simple Solution to Make the Leopold Park Pond Healthy Again

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Jonas Van Boxel

The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences wants to bring back biodiversity in the neighbouring Leopold Park by rehabilitating a natural bank around the pond.

Our young colleague Leonard Dewaele won the Steven Cohen Award for Student Research.
13/12/2016

Young Palaeontologist Awarded For Seal Evolution Research

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Reinout Verbeke

Our collaborator Leonard Dewaele has received the Steven Cohen Award for Student Research. It is an acknowledgement for his work on seal evolution.

The stranded sunfish in a bassin in Sea Life Blankenberge. (photo: Jan Haelters - RBINS)
09/12/2016

Ocean Sunfish Stranded On the Belgian Coast

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Jonas Van Boxel

A young ocean sunfish (Mola mola) has stranded on the beach of De Haan. The animal was alive and has been taken to the Sea Life Blankenberge, but the chances of survival are slim.

Maurice Leponce (RBINS) in the "Canopy Bubble". With a 2 km rope, he can travel between the most remarkable trees. (photo: Maurice Leponce)
22/11/2016

Watch Our Flying Biologist in Papua New Guinea

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Jonas Van Boxel

Entomologist Maurice Leponce studies ant colonies in the canopy of the Papua New Guinean rainforest with special hot air balloons. Watch him on YouTube!

State Secretary for the North Sea Philippe De Backer in front of our observation airplane. (photo: Thierry Hubin - RBINS)
17/11/2016

State Secretary Catches Polluting Ships From the Sky

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Jonas Van Boxel

Our Institute’s observation plane monitors the North Sea for illegal oil dumping, fishery activities and since this year, sulphur emissions from ships. Philippe De Backer, State Secretary for the North Sea, flew along to see for himself how this monitoring actually works.

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