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Survey

Which toxic substances are in your coffee cup? Help us to assess it!

A survey conducted by ULiège and UGhent on coffee and tobacco consumption to assess the degree of exposure of consumers to furans and alkylfurans.

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A publication in Cell Host & Microbe

Worm infections make African women more vulnerable to STIs

A study shows that intestinal helminth infection increases the rate and severity of sexually transmitted viral infections in sub-Saharan Africa.

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A publication in Geophysical Research Letters

Global warming could lead to the melting of more than a third of Antarctic ice shelves

Data collected using the MAR climate model developed at ULiège indicate that this could happen as early as the end of this century, or even earlier.

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Culture

Napoléon, retour sur une trajectoire exceptionnelle

Phillipe Raxhon, professeur de critique historique à l’ULiège et commissaire scientifique de l’exposition "Napoléon, au-delà du mythe" qui se tient à la gare des Guillemins, revient sur les grandes étapes de la vie de Napoléon Bonaparte.

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Formation en ligne

La fermentation en cuisine

À l'invitation du Smart Gastronomy Lab de l'ULiège et de Jobs@Skills, une formation en ligne pour apprendre les bases de ce procédé présent dans tant de préparations.

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A publication in Nature Geoscience

Methane emissions from aquatic systems contribute half of global emissions

A study participated and which shows that these emissions are the most important but also the most uncertain and that they are likely to increase partly due to global warming and the use of fertilizers in agriculture (eutrophication).

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Coronavirus

Anti-SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence study: we need you!

L’ULiège va mener une étude épidémiologique de très grande envergure au sein de sa communauté. Objectif : définir et, surtout, réunir les conditions de déconfinement et de retour à une vie normale.

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Printemps des Sciences 2021

Ma Thèse en 180 secondes : le palmarès !

Concours (Finale liégeoise)
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Alzheimer's Research Foundation supports three ULiège research projects with 600,000 euros

The Alzheimer's Research Foundation has selected three research projects at the University of Liège for a total of 600,000 euros, out of the 3,200,000 euros granted by the Foundation in Belgium.

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Conférence de la SGLg

L’épidémie de Covid-19 révèle et aggrave les inégalités au Brésil

À l'invitation de la Société géographique de Liège, une conférence par Hervé THÉRY, Directeur de recherche émérite au CNRS-CREDA, Professor de posgraduação na Universidade de São Paulo.

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Enquête

The impact of the crisis on students? Data to move forward

An online survey conducted by psychologists from UCLouvain, ULB and ULiège gathered more than 25,000 students. The results? More than half of the students have symptoms of anxiety and depression.

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ULiège Magazine

Le Quinzième Jour #278

January - April 2021

In this magazine : the commitment of the University of Liège in the fight against the coronavirus epidemic, the launch of the Wasabi platform at Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech, a dossier on ageing and a focus on hypnosis.

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Interview

Do we want to get rid of our old people?

Le Quinzième Jour #278

A look at the "troisième âge" with Stéphane Adam, professor at the Faculty of Psychology, Speech and language therapy, and Education. (french only)

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