Researcher Stories

New Flanders’ wolves cubs and renewed motivation to find solutions to protect livestock and benefit sheep-wolf coexistence!

The Flemish Nature and Forest agency, recently captured important pictures of Noëlla, a she-wolf established with the male August in Limburg, informs De Morgen last Tuesday. From her suddenly finer belly, it seems that she gave birth to cubs this year again!

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Looking back through time at the evolution of horse feet

From the unicorn and Pegasus of hallowed antiquity, to Ponyta, Epona and My Little Pony of modern popular culture, horses have long been a s…

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Understanding mirror invariance inhibition

Writing can be considered one of the greatest inventions of Homo Sapiens, allowing humans to “communicate their thoughts” throw visual suppo…

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the incredible progress of telecommunication technology in all its forms

Today it is possible to be connected with anyone anywhere in the world, using nothing more than a compact device in your pocket. This is only possible thanks to the incredible progress of telecommunication technology in all its forms.

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Atomic-scale design of new superconductors

Superconductivity is arguably one of the most intriguing and also widely applicable quantum phenomena. When a normal metal (e.g., copper) conducts electricity, part of the electrical energy is always lost due to the resistance of the metal.

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Research in times of Corona

These last months have been challenging for all aspects of life, world-wide alarm, lock-downs, challenges to most systems and believes we…

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Interesting Data Representations for Humans and Machines

Representation learning is the practice of automatically discovering useful representations from raw data. These representations capture the…

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International Day of Women and Girls in Science

On the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we had the chance to put some questions to these two special ladies. Both Ilse and Sofie pursue research focused on social media.

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Camilla Catarci Carteny

More and more packaging, not only for food, is made from so-called biodegradable plastic. It’s part of the ‘plastic soup’ that ends up in the ocean.

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Renée Bultijnck, from Ghent University, shares her international experience at the University of Sydney

Renée Bultijnck, from Ghent University, shares her international experience at the University of Sydney

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