Unique visit – Europe’s largest Dino gallery and oldest mathematical object in one exceptional museum

The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels is a unique venue in several ways. Not only does the museum have Europe’s most significant dinosaur gallery. It also holds the oldest known mathematical object. In addition, the museum preserves more than 38 million specimens. Only the Natural History Museum in London and the Musée

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COP15: Comprehensive and transformative biodiversity framework is needed to halt decline

COP27 is barely over, and another global consultation is already scheduled. From 7 to 19 December, COP15 will take place in Montreal, Canada, with a new global biodiversity framework on the table to mobilise governments and society at large for urgent and transformative action. With the ‘Belgian Biodiversity Alliance’ (BBA), Belgium is already leading by

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