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International Polar Foundation
  The International Polar Foundation communicates and educates on polar science and polar research as a way to understand key environmental and climate mechanisms.
  This site exists in  EN
  
Isotopolis
  Information centre on radioactive waste, created by ONDRAF-NIRAS and Belgoprocess.
  This site exists in NL FR EN
  
Jeunesse et Science
  This non-profit organisation organizes each year several astronomy training sessions for young people and adults.
  This site exists in  FR
  
Jeunesses Scientifiques de Belgique (JSB) (Scientific Youth from Belgium)
  The main objectives of the assocation is to disseminate information and scientific education to the young people. Training and leisure activities are organized for young people who want to go deeply into science.
  This site exists in  FR
  
Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten in Antwerp (Royal Museum of Fine Arts)
  Oldest and most important museum of the Flemish Community. The museum offers a survey of art in the Southern Netherlands from about 1350.
  This site exists in NL FR EN
  
Maison de la Science (House of Science)
  Educative website which aims to illustrate for a large audience the scientific principles. Experiences covers the field of physics, chemistry and biology.
  This site exists in  FR
  
Matière Grise
  Science diffusion broadcast of a French-speaking Belgian public broadcast channel.
  This site exists in  FR
  
Mens Educatie Natuur Samenleving (MENS)
  Scientific information for a large public. Each file deals withs a topical subject in an easily understandable and didactic way. The possible implications of the scientific progress on the social, cultural life and on economy are also considered.
  This site exists in NL FR
  
Musical Instrument Museum (MIM)
  The MIM exhibits an unique collection of musical instruments. It offers too a large diversity of activities for a so large public as possible. The MIM houses an exhaustive panorama of ancient, modern and traditional music. The MIM is a federal scientific institution, and is the 4th department of the Belgian Royal Musea of Art and History.
  This site exists in NL FR EN
  
National Botanic Garden of Belgium
  The Institute has the responsibility to safeguard the heritage of the past such as plant collections, historic buildings, herbaria, libraries and craftsmanship and to provide a legacy for the future. The collections contain a huge amount of information on the worldwide diversity of plants and are available for Belgian and foreign researchers. Information and education are provided for a wide audience.
  This site exists in NL FR EN


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