The Flemish director Lukas Dhont, which is currently a lot of praises for his debut film ‘Girl’, is one of the thirty young people in Europe in the coming years will speak in the entertainment business. At least according to the American magazine Forbes, Dhont recorded in his annual list of talented young people (“30 under 30”).
Forbes proposes since 2012 a list of persons under thirty years of which the future will shape. In ten categories are 30 names listed. There are lists for Europe, North America and Asia.
Lukas Dhont was thus in the European entertainmentlijst. He’s in the company of, among others, the British actors Daniel Radcliffe and Tom Holland, and the British singer George Ezra.
In the category science and health (“sciende & healthcare”) has Forbes two Flemish researchers included. It comes to neurowetenschapster Angelique Of Ombergen (UAntwerpen), which explores how the human body responds to spaceflight and how people on other planets we can live. She is currently affiliated with the European space agency, ESA. In addition, it is also UHasselt researcher Hannelore Bové, a young scientist getting into the eye to keep, according to Forbes. In her research, she managed particles in human samples such as blood or urine to detect.
And in the category trade, we find a twin of “Nederbelgen” back. Joyce and Raissa de Haas, born in the Netherlands but on anderhalfjarige age moved to Antwerp, by Forbes in the spotlight as a founding member of the softdrinkmerk Double Dutch.