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Storm at sea
21/10/2014

Angry October Storm

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A severe storm will hit Belgian waters in the next few hours, with West-North-Westerly winds that could locally reach 8 to 9 Bft in Belgian territory.

Min Win-Win
21/10/2014

Conference on Establishing Europe‐wide Minerals Resources and Reserves Reporting Standards

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Anne Laurys

This conference aims to promote the adoption of a common reporting standard for minerals in the EU and will thus provide a unique opportunity to learn about and discuss concrete steps regarding mineral reporting in a cross‐disciplinary environment, including EU policy makers, national gov

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Stone tools of the Auragnicien culture (40 000-25 000 years ago) attributed to modern humans
23/09/2014

Earliest Evidence of Modern Humans in Central Europe

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Stagiaire Communication

An international research team, including the Belgians Freddy Damblon and Paul Haesaerts (both of the RBINS), has shown that modern humans were living on the cold steppes of present-day Austria 43,500 years ago.

Photo of the skull and partial mandible of the new squalodelphinid species Huaridelphis raimondii, with an outline of the head and potential fish prey
11/09/2014

New Species of Extinct Dolphin Sheds Light on River Dolphin History

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Reinout Verbeke

A team of palaeontologists, led by our colleague Olivier Lambert (RBINS), recently described the dolphin species Huaridelphis raimondii, that lived in what is now Peru during the Miocene period, 16 million years ago.

Human remnants found at the Spy Cave (Belgium) in 1886. (Foto: P. Semal, KBIN)
20/08/2014

Neanderthals and Modern People Were Neighbours for Thousands of Years

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Reinout Verbeke

Neanderthals and modern humans used to be living closeby for thousands of years. This has been calculated by an international team of scientists by reconsidering the dates of Neanderthal sites by means of a new method.

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