Biology is a discipline as wide as the world. Studying all species, from elephants to worms, from trees to bacteria, and digging into all aspects of their life, behaviour, body, evolution or ecology.
And biology might not sound as the most relevant discipline for outsiders, yet its main research aim – saving the whole world by understanding it – is undeniably the most important task there is.
That much was clear again on the second Biology Research Day at the University of Antwerp, where the university brought together all biologists.
We were even honoured to be in the new building from the university (see pictures).
A new building, 7 research groups, connecting Antwerp to the world, with the broadest variety of cutting-edge research I haveeer encountered in one day.
World, better remember Antwerp, cause we matter.