What will mobility in Brussels look like in 2030, and how can the city’s international community help shape that future?
As of Monday, the majority of the train’s journey from Brussels to Amsterdam will now be made using the high-speed rail network
Rudi Mannaerts of Sint-Andries church in Antwerp has installed gym equipment for his parishioners, to encourage them to move and to reflect on their faith
EURES Italy is arming young jobseekers with the tools to help them take their first steps towards an international career
What do the following all have in common: pharmacist, physiotherapist, mountain guide, estate agent and general nurse?
The new app for WAB magazine is available now, so you can discover what Wallonia and Brussels have to offer wherever you are
By mapping the brains of more than 800 people, scientists have found positive links between the way we behave and the way our working memory can carry out its functions
The emission-free canal boats are part of moves to replace freight traffic, and the first ones are due to start using Antwerp’s port this summer
Research carried out on day-old mussel larvae explores the effect of a changing climate on shell development, with potential applications for aquaculture and biotechnology
Regulations introduced at the beginning of 2018 mean people wanting to change how they are identified no longer need to suffer medical intervention