Aphea.Bio is committed to the development of less harmful and more organic products in agriculture.
Thanks to imec.istart, the Ghent accelerator for tech start-ups, numerous companies are realising their dream of international growth.
Ghent-based company Trensition uses large amounts of public data to estimate the development of current and new future trends.
The City of Ghent is taking a new step towards a circular economy and unveils 2 circular benches made of durable concrete.
Deloitte published the Technology Fast 50, the list of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Belgium. 16 are Ghent-based.
Ghent-based start-up AM-TEAM received the Water Innovation Europe Award 2021 doing groundbreaking work on sustainable water cycles.
Ghent's MOLECUBES wins the Export Lion Award & wants to conquer the medtech world with miniature cubes for preclinical imaging.
The circular toilet The Place to Pee in Ghent processes urine into disinfecting flush water and fertilizers for agriculture.
Did you know that circular companies are 60% more likely to remain successful in business in times of crisis?
Robovision, the tech company from Zwijnaarde that makes smart software, wins the prestigious "Scale-up of the Year 2020" award.
Ghent based engine company ABC supplied the 3 engines of the new Belgian research vessel Belgica that will berth in Ghent in September.
The prestigious North-C-Methanol project reduces CO2 emissions by 140,000 tonnes annually and produces 44,000 tonnes of green methanol.