At the end of 2019, hbits was officially welcomed as a spin-off of VUB. As part of the Human and Social Sciences, hbits grew – under the daily management of researcher Joeri Minnen (left) and professor Ignace Glorieux (right) - from the tradition of the TOR research group (Tempus Omnia Revelat – Time Reveals Everything), which has been researching time use since 1982 using its own methodological insights. Hbits has been building on that expertise for a year and is breaking the boundaries of the academic world through the modular research platform MOTUS.
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Picture by Saskia Vanderstichele.