The papers in red are preprints, meaning that we think they are ready to be shared. They are thus published in the original meaning of made public, but not peer-reviewed before that. You are most welcome to do so, using Pubpeer or your favourite platform. You are also welcome to review the papers published in standard journals, that have been peer reviewed by a couple of colleagues, but the more the better. You can again use Pubpeer.

Also, the journal names are not listed. This is to get a less biased view, in my opinion.

A list of the publications properly curated by a librarian is at the UGent library dedicated page. According to Belgian law, all papers stored there as postprint version are open access after six to twelve months from publication in the journal.