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Neurologist Steven Laureys, winner of the Generet Prize for Rare Diseases

Winner of the Prix Francqui 2017, Steven Laureys receives the Generet Prize, managed by the King Baudouin Foundation, worth one million euros for research into the "post-coma" period.

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ULIÈGE "PREMIÈRES"

Cycle de conférences ULiège "Premières"

Les grandes avancées scientifiques liégeoises

Six rendez-vous durant lesquels les chercheurs et chercheuses de l'ULiège viennent à votre rencontre pour vous présenter le fruit de leurs recherches !

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A publication in Philosophical Transactions B

Yes, dinosaurs suffered from cancer too

Researchers from ULiège and VUB show that sauropods, the largest terrestrial dinosaurs, have developed bone diseases such as cancer.

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Trois thèses soutenues en 2019 par des doctorants boursiers du PACODEL

Trois doctorants de la Plateforme Afrique Centrale, boursiers du PACODEL, ont soutenu leurs thèses à Kinshasa en cette fin d'année 2019.

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Scientific prize

Laetitia Delrez, winner of the Paul and Marie Stroobant prize

The astrophysicist from ULiège is awarded this prize notably for the important role she played in the discovery of the TRAPPIST-1 planetary system.

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A publication in Ecological Monographs

Major decline of amphibians, even in areas suitable for their conservation

A study carried out by researchers from the FOCUS research unit of the ULiège is sounding the alarm about the catastrophic state of the populations.

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Publication dans Science Advances

Identification of a new mode of regulation of axonal transport

Laurent Nguyen's laboratory (GIGA-Stem Cells and GIGA-Neurosciences, University of Liège) continues to make progress in understanding the axonal transport process, which is lacking in many neurodegenerative diseases.

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First light for ICON

The mission, which involves researchers and engineers from ULiège, has just received the first images of the Earth's ionosphere.

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Scientific prize

Valentin Fischer, winner of the Lamarck Prize of the Royal Academy of Belgium

Director of the EDDy Lab, he receives this award for his research on plesiosaurs, marine reptiles living in the dinosaur era.

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PISA 2018: decline in reading, better in mathematics, stable in science

ULiège's “Service d'Analyse des Systèmes et des Pratiques d'enseignement (ASPe)” analysed the data for French-speaking Belgium from the international PISA Survey on the skills of 15-year-old students.

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