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Nuvola Belgian flag.svg These are the finalists for WSC2017 in Belgium.

This country did not have a specific national organizer or a national coordination page.



  • This country has a category for its files, other files from there might have been uploaded after the local deadline and moved to the 2017 international category if such deadline was still valid.
  • As of now, the files in the local category uploaded within the local deadline are 21, with no obviously unsuitable files.
  • Uploaders statistics are available here.

Specific classes of filesEdit


  •   -   Olivier DELAUNE (physics)
  •   -  /  Mascha STROOBANT (biology)
  • The selection lasted from 2018-01-02 to 2018-01-07.
  • The results were published on 2018-02-19.


No information about prefinalists was given in this case.


People in scienceEdit

1st national finalist 2nd national finalist
Deployment exercise of the B-LIFE mobile laboratory in Munich.
Xavier Havaux / UCL Culture
Robotics laboratories, UCL, Louvain-la-Neuve.
Jacky Delorme / UCL Culture

3rd national finalist
Fish farm, Institute of Life Sciences, UCL, Louvain-la-Neuve.
Jacky Delorme / UCL Culture

Microscopy imagesEdit

  no finalist was selected due to lack of candidates

Non-photographic mediaEdit

  no finalist was selected due to lack of candidates

Image setsEdit

  no finalist was selected due to lack of candidates

General categoryEdit

1st national finalist
Scientific expedition in the Pacific Ocean aboard the French ship Atalante.
Jean-François Rees / UCL Culture