Increasing drought puts the resilience of the Amazon rainforest to the test

Environment - May 20

Since 2015, the Amazon has been slower to recover from increasing drought events, but, overall, the rainforest still shows a remarkable resilience. New international research led by KU Leuven earth and environmental scientists shows that forest degradation due to drought has been most pronounced in the southern Amazon, where human impact is greatest. 

Danoy on Swarm Intelligence Powered by Automated Algorithm Design 

Swarm intelligence will revolutionise autonomous systems like robots or satellites. Inspired by nature, swarms of autonomous agents can display collectively intelligent behaviours, even though every single agent follows simple rules based on its individual perception.

Media - May 1

Good Move: what do twittering Brussels residents think?


How big data and AI can help policymakers evaluate mobility projects.

Environment - May 15

Summers warm up faster than winters, fossil shells from Antwerp show


In a warmer climate, summers warm much faster than winters. That is the conclusion of research into fossil shells by earth scientist Niels de Winter. With this knowledge we can better map the consequences of current global warming in the North Sea area.

Innovation - Apr 24

Opening up the potential of thin-film electronics for flexible chip design



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