Videos

Yana
Dekempeneer
VUB

Cancer-free thanks to the camel?

Yana Dekempeneer is looking for a new, more effective method of treating breast cancer and she's putting her hope on camels... 
Kristel
Paque
UGent
VUB

Are all those pills really needed as the end approaches?

Up to 91 pills a week. That's how many medicines people take at the end of their lives. Kristel Paque is investigating whether all these pills are really necessary.
Maxine
Crauwels
VUB

When good guys become bad

During cancer treatments medicines sometimes tend to remain in the kidneys of patients, which can be a problem because they can cause damage to healthy cells there. Maxine Crauwels is carrying out research to help guide the medication to the exit.  
Jessica
Bridoux
VUB

Tumours, masters in disguise

Jessica Bridoux, researcher at the University of Brussels (VUB), is developing a diagnostic tool to track tumourcells that are trying to hide from our immune system.
Annelies
Van Heyst
VUB

Are there harmful substances in my cookie?

Did you know that some chemical components in food packaging can penetrate into the packaged food? Annelies Van Heyst examined 200 food products and reassures us: you can still feast on your favorite cookies
Joeri
Lambrecht
VUB

A quick method to detect liver fibrosis through the blood

Joeri Lambrecht (VUB - Vrije Universiteit Brussel) developed a simple blood test that allows for a faster, safer and cheaper detection of liver fibrosis.
Joost
Geeroms
VUB

Leg prosthesis allows people to walk normally again

Joost Geeroms is working on a new kind of -active - leg prosthesis to make it easy for people to step again after an amputation.