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Wobble transfer RNA modifications optimize dynamic proteome expression

In an article published in Nature Communications, Francesca Rapino & Pierre Close, from the Laboratory of Cancer Signaling (GIGA), discover how the modification of transfer RNAs impacts the dynamics of protein expression.

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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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A publication in The Astrophysical Journal

12 new Einstein quasars discovered using artificial intelligence techniques

University of Liège astronomers Ludovic Delchambre, Dominique Sluse and Jean Surdej (STAR Research Institute / Faculty of Sciences) are part of the international team that announced the discovery of these new multiple quasars.

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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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A publication in Chem

Tiny synthetic helices with outstanding mechanical properties

A study conducted by researchers at the NanoChem Laboratory, headed by Prof. Anne-Sophie Duwez, has just revealed the exceptional mechanical performance of synthetic helical molecules that are much smaller than proteins.

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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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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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Distinction

Jérôme Ruth, jeune diplômé de HEC Liège École de Gestion, nominé aux HERA Awards

La Fondation pour les Générations futures récompense chaque année des jeunes diplômé·es qui ont présenté des travaux de qualité portant sur la "transformation du monde". Pour cette édition 2021, un étudiant de HEC Liège École de Gestion est nominé.

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Innovation

Creation of a new spin-off from research conducted at the GIGA

The company CMD-Coat S.A., born from a collaboration between the GIGA (GIGA-Cardiovascular), the CHU (cardiology service) and the ULiège chemistry department, was officially born this 25th March.

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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 joins the EURECOM Consortium

This partnership will allow numerous exchanges of students and researchers who will also be able to benefit from the network of companies associated with this graduate school and research centre in digital sciences.

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A publication in Astrophysical Journal

A gravitational wave detector on the Moon?

An international team of scientists and engineers is proposing a revolutionary concept to detect gravitational waves on the Moon.

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