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  Science diffusion web site for young people (CNES, Centre national d'études spatiales, Astrophysics, France)
  This site exists in  FR
  ComiX-Files is a contest open to teenagers aged 12-14. This is a quizz in connection with their curriculum. This initiative has been settled by the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and is part of the Ishango operation. This operation aims to promote science and to arouse interest for scientific careers in the Region of Brussels Capital.
  This site exists in NL FR
  Educapoles is the WWW site of the International Polar Foundation (IPF) educational programme. This site contains teaching material on polar regions in relation to global change and sustainable development. A whole section is dedicated to children.
  This site exists in  FR EN
Educative website on water
  This website is a pedagogic initiative of the Ministry of the Walloon Region. It presents in a didactic way the water thematic to young people.
  This site exists in  FR
EOEdu (Belgian Earth Observation)
  Science diffusion website introducing remote sensing and Earth observation.
  This site exists in NL FR EN
EOS Magazine (NL)
  Belgian Science diffusion magazine (6 issues per year), in collaboration with Scientific American.
  This site exists in NL
EOS Sciences (FR)
  Belgian science diffusion magazine (6 issues per year). A Dutch version also exists, in colllaboration with American Scientist.
  This site exists in  FR
ERAWatch National profiles - Belgium (CORDIS)
  The Belgian country Profile presents an overview of the research system in Belgium. It describes the main elements of the Belgian national and the regional research system, the main stakeholders, current research policy issues and anticipated policy developments.
  This site exists in  EN
ESA Kids
  Science diffusion website of the European Space Agency, for kids.
  This site exists in NL FR EN
ESA Space Science site
  This site describes the running and achieved space science missions of the European Space Agency. It highlights the European capability in space science and applications, and shows how European industrial technical capacity takes benefits of bringing together European national space programmes.
  This site exists in  EN

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