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R&D Project Manager Tessenderlo Group
Tessenderlo, Belgium Freelance
Vilvoorde, Belgium
PRODUCTION MANAGER PB GELATINS
Vilvoorde, Belgium Freelance
TECHNICAL SUPPORT ENGINEER ELO Touch Solutions
Leuven, Belgium
Vilvoorde, Belgium
TECHNICAL MANAGER LOTUS BAKERIES
Lembeke, Belgium
Mechelen, Belgium
PROJECT MANAGER IMERYS - Graphite & Carbon
Willebroek, Belgium
Rotselaar, Belgium
Mechelen, Belgium
Willebroek, Belgium
Willebroek, Belgium
Rotselaar, Belgium
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER CG Power Systems
Mechelen, Belgium

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Scientists have discovered strange quantum effects hold, even over hundreds of miles. In longest test of quantum mechanics, researchers find neutrinos, traveling over 450 miles at close to speed of light, have no single identity. The physicist Erwin Schrödinger highlighted some strange consequences of the idea of superposition more than 80 years ago, with a

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A giant impact: Solving the mystery of how Mars’ moons formed

Where did the two natural satellites of Mars, Phobos and Deimos, come from? For a long time, their shape suggested that they were asteroids captured by Mars. However, the shape and course of their orbits contradict this hypothesis. Two independent and complementary studies provide an answer to this question. One of these studies rules out

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Better way to ‘herd’ electrons in solar fuel devices

Researchers have already shown that the efficiency of electron transfer at semi-conductor interfaces depends on the distance the electron has to travel. The new finding shows that the efficiency of the transfer also depends on the type of chemical bonds–or the bridge–that the electron travels through along the way. "Now we can design molecules to act

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Threading the way to touch-sensitive robots

Smart threads can be woven into pressure-sensitive electronic skin for robots or medical prosthetics. Fabrics containing flexible electronics are appearing in many novel products, such as clothes with in-built screens and solar panels. More impressively, these fabrics can act as electronic skins that can sense their surroundings and could have applications in robotics and prosthetic medicine.

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New molecular toolkit for the de-novo design of bioactive agents

Scientists take a new approach to the production of bioactive natural substances: Using synthetic biotechnology methodologies they have developed a biochemical strategy to synthesize medical agents by a templated enzyme design process. First products, a precursor of the anti-cancer medicament Taxol, anti-inflammatory substances and omega-3 fatty acids prove the successfulness of their strategy. Scientists of the

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Cosmic heavy metals help scientists trace the history of galaxies

The origin of many of the most precious elements on the periodic table, such as gold, silver and platinum, has perplexed scientists for more than six decades. Recently, however, a team of astrophysicists has provided an answer. In a roundtable discussion, published today, The Kavli Foundation spoke to two of the researchers behind the discovery about

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