The University of Liège, closing buildings and opening up to the world
A Historian's Perspective
The coronavirus crisis has led to the closure of university buildings. But does that mean the University is closed? Has it ever seen such a measure throughout its history ? Interview with Philippe Raxhon, professor of Historical Sciences.
Sur le terrain contre le COVID-19 : deux étudiants en Médecine racontent
Raphaël termine son master en Santé Publique et travaille depuis plusieurs années comme infirmier. Lucas, en 5e année de Médecine, s'est porté volontaire au "village COVID" du CHU de Liège. Témoignages.
Health, the foundation on which to rethink the economy?
The current health crisis is demonstrating how closely interwoven ethical, medical and political issues are. Interview with Florence Caeymaex, a Senior FNRS Research Fellow within the ULiège Political Philosophy Research Unit.
ULiège coordinates the Walloon project for the decontamination of surgical masks and respiratory protection FFP2
The first results obtained with Walloon companies and research centers are positive, and allow as of now, the implementation of techniques for reconditioning the masks of medical staffs in hospitals, emergency, and healthcare infrastructures.