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A Belgian supermarket is creating the shortest supply chain possible by growing produce on its roof and selling it in-store an hour later.
A Belgium based company is creating circular furniture designs for children to help encourage them to recycle.
An environmentally friendly cleaning brand has opened a pop-up to challenge customers to rethink the value of plastic waste.
Holiday cabins are placed in temporary secret locations to enable users to reconnect with their environment.
The world’s largest brewer introduces its patent for brewing beer just below boiling temperature to reduce water consumption and CO2 waste.
A new concept tire uses moss and onboard electronics to reduce urban air pollution.
A new toy provides children with an intuitive way to learn music through experimentation.
New Belgian energy company uses a simple turbine construction to create round-the-clock water-powered electricity for remote communities without harming the environment.
Cyclists can use this new bike to receive more detailed and personalized results regarding their fitness and cycling technique.
Researchers have developed a robot hand made from soft, flexible materials that can heal themselves when damaged.
A team from the University of Antwerp have invented a robotic hand that can turn text into hand gestures.
A Belgium start-up is making a range of unique designer sunglasses with the hope that it will be made from 100 percent recycled material.
Eurostar offers a new onboard virtual reality experience that brings the undersea world alive for travellers.
A Belgium-based selling platform has been getting considerable attention for its newly released tool enabling easier product placement within instant messaging.
Researchers at the University of Antwerp compare the handheld device’s green ability to that of solar panels.
Luckycycle’s API enables online retailers to offer users rewards with gamified options at checkout, encouraging social media shares and repeat visits.
With Slimbox, users measure items, upload them via an app, and the machine laser cuts foldable packages to fit the item, reducing waste.
A project in Belgium will offer office utilities to commuters, such as secure wifi, printers and coffee as they travel to work.
In Belgium, Bringr is a peer-to-peer delivery app that lets users book a messenger, and follow their journey to the recipient.
Jooki is a music player for children that uses cute figurines, instead of screens, to play Spotify playlists, iTunes albums, audiobooks, and more.
The De Halve Maan brewery is remaining in the historic city center, and reducing traffic by sending beer direct to its bottling plant via an underground pipeline.