Mons 2015: Mundaneum – The Paper Google

In the late XIXth century, two Belgians, Paul Otlet and Henri La Fontaine decided to gather together all the world’s knowledge in one place to make it retrievable and available to everyone. The result is the Mundaneum, a unique institution that has recently been spruced as part of Mons 2015. Richard Harris speaks with Emilie Thiry, Comunications Officer for the Mundaneum.



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