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A publication in Nature

Tropical forests, future sources of carbon?

Decreased growth and increased mortality of tropical trees due to climate change are at the root of this reversal. 

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Expatriates stranded abroad because of COVID-19: what do we know about the consular services offered by European countries?

The CEDEM releases a report that compares the consular assistance offered by the 27 Member States of the European Union to their citizens in distress abroad.

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ULiège researchers fully mobilized against Covid-19

Mobilization is general at ULiège to better understand the disease, to amplify testing capacities and to support the medical teams on the front line in hospitals.

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COVID19

The GIGA has taken the initiative to create a Covid-19 working group in close collaboration with the CHU de Liège and FARAH.

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Scientific Prize

Marco Lucio Cerquaglia, winner of the Belgian NCTAM Award

This annual prize is awarded to a young scientist who has recently completed a PhD thesis in the field of mechanics.

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ERC Consolidator grant

Christophe Collette obtains an ERC Consolidator Grant for his project SILENT

The researcher from the School of Engineering is awarded a European grant to continue his research in the field of gravitational waves.

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A publication in Nature Astronomy

SPECULOOS telescopes pinpoint a rare eclipsing binary brown dwarf

This rare discovery has been made by to the telescopes of SPECULOOS, a project initiated and led by the University of Liège.

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Nature Communications

Identification of a protein as a new target for the treatment of lung tumors

Alain Chariot's team (GIGA-Stem Cells, Laboratory of Medical Chemistry) publishes the results of this study today in the journal “Nature Communications”.

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The University of Liège participates in a project aiming to better understand the impact of light

Within a European consortium of eight laboratories, ULiège is recruiting researchers

Mood, attention, sleep-wake cycle and hormone regulation are functions affected by the high light exposure characteristic of our contemporary lifestyle. Dr. Gilles Vandewalle will study the non-visual impact of light.

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Cell Reports

Researchers from GIGA-Cancer demonstrates the efficacy of a natural molecule for the treatment of colon cancer resistant to targeted therapy.

Research work of Akeila Bellahcène (GIGA-Cancer, ULiège) identifies a natural molecule, the carnosine, produced by our body, taht lifts the resistance of colon cancer cells to targeted therapy.

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Scientific Prizes

Four awards for scientists from the Bone and Cartilage Research Unit (UROC)

Jérémie Zappia, Cécile Lambert, Christelle Sanchez and Yves Henrotin were the winners of 4 prestigious awards in the field of osteoarthritis in 2019

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