Dutch biodesigner Emma van der Leest researches how she can make sustainable materials with bacteria and algae. Her work is part of the group exhibition Polarities, on show at MU in Eindhoven until 1 March 2020.
Our best society stories of 2019, handpicked by the editor.
Tourism is increasingly becoming more of a curse than a blessing in Amsterdam, Bruges, Maastricht and numerous other places in the Low Countries.
For some, he was a servant, for others a vanquished devil. However, the Irish poet W.B. Yeats sheds a different light on the origins of the controversial Black Pete tradition.
Belgian politician Charles Michel made a rapid rise to the political pinnacle of Europe.
In the past 'Praathuisjes' were only used by old men and sailors to catch up with a cup of coffee. Now everyone is welcome.
In the twentieth century, the Dutch gradually became more concerned about cleanliness in their household than about comfort.
The bicycle and car sharing that we know today can be traced back to the ‘White Bicycles’ and ‘White Cars’ initiated by the Provo movement.
Belgium's oldest city has refreshed its identity. Thanks to the Romans.
The far right uses social media as a sort of pulpit from which to lash out without restraint against the left and society’s alleged excesses.
Ten trivia you probably didn't know about this typical Dutch snack.