History - Chemistry - Feb 9
History - Chemistry
Ghent's focus is on Van Eyck and the Ghent Altarpiece in 2020. Lots of people from Ghent University are also involved in this year of celebration. We have been putting a number of them in the spotlight.
History - Jan 26

In Ghent, it's all about Van Eyck and the Ghent Altarpiece in 2020. One of the highlights is undoubtedly the return of the restored painting to St. Bavo's cathedral.

History - May 20, 2019

A look into the past. It's usually just a metaphor, but archaeologists Jeroen Poblome and Sam Cleymans have made it a physical reality. Together with the University of Burdur, Turkey, they have reconstructed the faces of two centuries-old residents of Sagalassos.

History - Life Sciences - Jun 20, 2018
History - Life Sciences

Some anonymously published papers on evolution far predate the publication of Charles Darwin's Origin of Species (1859).

Computer Science - History - Oct 2, 2019

On the occasion of the 450th anniversary of Pieter Bruegel the Elder's death, the city of Brussels is organising an exhibition on a few of the master's original drawings as well as a unique series of prints based on these drawings.

Innovation - History - Mar 7, 2019

UAntwerp, UGent and the City of Antwerp join forces for a prestigious European project? Europe sees merit in the prestigious Time Machine project. This initiative aims to use the most innovative technologies to map and open up Europe's rich history and cultural heritage in an unprecedented way.

Physics - History - Mar 9, 2018

The museum Ten Duinen in Koksijde (Belgium) was looking for scientific evidence concerning a more accurate dating of two stained glass panels from the 14th century. Legend has it that they were the only remaining glass panels from a devastating fire in the Cistercian abbey.

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