Brussels’ Science and Tech Festival for all!

Following last year’s success, the I Love Science Festival will be back in Brussels. This year, the festival will be held in Brussels Expo from 26 to 28 April 2019. Prepare your inner scientist for three days of experiments, labs, activities, conferences, workshops and exhibitions.

Enjoy the interactive stands: from drones to augmented reality, soft mobility, robots and environmental experiments. Science buffs, unite! The festival is open for amateurs and scientists of all ages.

This year we are delighted to welcome three big names of Belgium’s scientific community who are doing us the honour of representing the I Love Science Festival!

Véronique Dehant, who is Head of Service, Responsible for the Operational Directorate “Reference Systems and Planetology” at the Royal Observatory of “Belgium” and Extraordinary Professor at UCL. She has received many awards, including the European Union’s Descartes prize in 2003. She is also responsible for instruments in various space missions.

Nathan Uyttendaele, a YouTube influencer who popularises science for mass audiences on his channels “Chat sceptique” and “La statistique expliquée à mon chat” which have 300,000 subscribers. Known for the way he makes scientific subjects easy to understand.

And last, but not least, Patrice Goldberg, author, journalist, scriptwriter, director… and presenter of popular science programme Matière Grise on French-speaking television. He was named Best French-language Scientific Journalist by the European Union. Passionate about the transmission of knowledge, he regularly gives and leads conferences on the popularisation of science and science journalism.

Festival admission is free for everyone!