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The thriving local biotech sector is getting attention on the global stage, with the prestigious Nature Biotechnology magazine recently carrying an article about six Walloon biotech companies
In 2015 Mons shone as European Capital of Culture.
Brussels seafood institution L’Ecailler du Palais Royale and Bistro Racine (pictured) in Braine-le-Château in Walloon Brabant have each been awarded a coveted star by Michelin inspectors.
Wavre-based pharma firm GSK has been given the green light by the American Food and Drug Administration to market its shingles vaccine after more than 30 years of research.
University of Liège astrophysicist Yaël Nazé has received the Prix Jean-Perrin from the French Society of Physics.
Liège-born tennis player David Goffin has become the first Belgian in the tournament’s 48-year history to reach the final of the ATP World Tour Finals.
It was 80 years ago that Liège opened its port on the Meuse river, and it has now become Europe’s third largest inland port after Duisburg and Paris.
From energy-efficient glass for double-glazing to the red carpet at Cannes, materials science from Wallonia has already made its mark on the world.
Fancy a visit to three of Belgium’s most iconic breweries? You’d better get your boots on, because this trip involves a new walking tour covering 290km.