Health - Nov 19
Why do some patients with Crohn's disease still suffer from abdominal pain, even when their treatment is successful? With funding from the Helmsley Charitable Trust, researchers from Belgium and Sweden will spend the next three years examining the underlying mechanisms of this pain. Approximately 3 out of 1000 people have Crohn's disease, which is characterised by intestinal inflammation.
Social Sciences - Nov 14
Social Sciences

These days, it's easy to resolve questions about paternity with over-the-counter test kits.

Astronomy - Nov 6

Exploring the heart (core) of Mars will elucidate the red planet's evolution and thus determine whether life would be possible in the future In 2020 the ExoMars mission will send a platform with the LaRa, a 100% Belgian-made instrument , supervised by UCLouvain researcher Véronique Dehant LaRa's

Astronomy - Nov 6

On behalf of the ESA, UCLouvain has developed antennas for the LaRa instrument that will go to Mars in 2020 to study the red planet's habitability.

Life Sciences - Oct 29
Life Sciences

For the first time ever, researchers from KU Leuven have carried out tests on human brains in the area that is responsible for our vision.

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