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Pupils place the camera in the nest box of XperiBIRD.be (photo: Thierry Hubin, RBINS).
27/01/2020

Our XperiBIRD Project Won A FNRS Prize

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Reinout Verbeke

Our citizen-science project XperiBIRD.be has won a prize of the funding agency FNRS.

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Aiguilles de Chaleux. The cave is located to the left of this rock formation. (Photo: Mark Ryckaert)
17/01/2020

A Lot of Birds On The Menu 14.000 Years Ago in Belgian Chaleux Cave

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Reinout Verbeke

The hunter-gatherers who lived along the Lesse at the end of the last Ice Age exploited many different species of birds. Some bird remains suggest that humans attributed symbolic value to them.

A beetle in the heart of Brussels
15/01/2020

Urbanization Impoverishes Fauna, New Study Proofs

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Siska Van Parys

Urbanization reduces species diversity and decimates populations. That is the conclusion of a team of biologists after comparing a wide range of animal species between densely built-up and rural areas.

Drilling into the subsurface to extract geothermal heat from it. (Photo: RBINS)
05/12/2019

Scientists of RBINS and Antwerp University Developed an Investment Model for Geothermal Energy

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Siska Van Parys

Geothermal energy can be useful to achieve the (national) renewable energy goals. However, it is an investment-heavy technology when it comes to great depths.

Aporrhais limburgensis
04/12/2019

Marine Life in Low Countries Survived Catastrophic Meteorite Impact 66 Million Years Ago

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Siska Van Parys

Belgian and Dutch palaeontologists have discovered that the marine life in our regions recovered exceptionally quickly after the meteorite impact that heralded the end of the dinosaurs.

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