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A publication in Chem

The effects of tightening a molecular knot

Force spectroscopy experiments conducted by chemists from ULiège decipher the mechanical effects of tightening a knot in molecules.

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The European Southern Observatory (ESO) is 60 years old. An opportunity to look back at the links that ULiège has with the largest European observatory.

A history rich in scientific and technological collaborations that has led to numerous discoveries in the fields of astronomy and astrophysics.

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Un article du Quinzième Jour

60 ans et une nouvelle direction

Pour l'Aquarium-Muséum

Toujours attractive, l’entité accuse son âge et un bon lifting s’avère nécessaire : la toiture du bâtiment doit être remplacée. Il faut donc emballer, protéger et déplacer toutes les pièces qui constituent les collections.

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Projet Erasmus CHILDRN

Two professors from the National University of Maldives visited the Hugo Observatory

Within the framework of an Erasmus project called CHILDRN, with the support of the European Commission,  the Hugo Observatory hosted two professors from the National University of Maldives last November.

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A publication in the Journal of Great Lakes Research

African escapades by ULiège oceanographers

Hubert Damas and Alberto Borges, both oceanographers from ULiège, have studied some of the great African lakes in the 1930s and today. These studies bring unexpected scientific results.

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Student life

207 students with the status of "sportsman, artist, entrepreneur or committed" recognised by ULiège in 2022-2023

Combining a career and university studies is possible at the University of Liege. A total of 207 applications have been selected by the Academic Commission for the 2022-2023 academic year.

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A publication in PLoS Biology

Current Antarctic conservation efforts are insufficient to avoid biodiversity decline

An international study involving Annick Wilmotte, botanist at ULiège, shows that ten key management strategies could benefit 84% of plants and animals.

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Distance learning

MOOC's ULiège, what's new

Releases September-December 2022

The ULiège MOOC's are available to Internet users as a valuable support in continuing education and remediation. Some of them are integrated into the students' curricula, ensuring interactive and multimedia learning. (french only)

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Technological platform

INFLOW, a technological platform for the encapsulation of active ingredients

The Interreg EMR-funded project is almost completed after over four years of research that led to the establishment of a unique state-of-the-art technology platform in Europe.     

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Scientific grant

75 new FRESH and FRIA research grants at ULiège!

Among the grants awarded by the FRS-FNRS this year, 75 will finance research carried out by young researchers from ULiège.

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ULiège takes part in the European MIRRI project for the use and preservation of microbial resources

The BCCM/ULC cyanobacteria collection of the ULiège InBios research unit is part of the new European Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure (MIRRI).

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A publication in Proceedings of the Royal Society B

Smilodon's sabre teeth

A study carried out by researchers at the EDDyLab of the ULiège provides a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms of sabre-toothed carnivore bites.  

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