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Coronavirus: What now for Europe ?

In a time of deconfinement, a look back at the responses that the European Commission has developed to protect citizens from the pandemic. Interview with Quentin Michel, a European Politics Professor.

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Trees to save chocolate!

The University of Liège joins the People, Planet and Cocoa project of the chocolate maker Galler and the King Baudouin Foundation, which aims to develop sustainable cocoa production for the producers of the Yeyasso cooperative in Côte d'Ivoire.

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300,000-year-old throwing stick documents the evolution of hunting

Homo heidelbergensis used wooden weapons to hunt waterbirds and horses.

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Health, the foundation on which to rethink the economy?

Ethical Issues

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.

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"This crisis reveals the urgent need to address loneliness and psychological distress in our elderly population."

A look at seniors' mental health

Le Pr Stéphane Adam pointe les problèmes liés à la prise en charge de la santé mentale des seniors, en cette période de confinement qui les bouleverse.

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A publication in Nature Astronomy

Large amounts of carbon monoxide in the nucleus of the interstellar comet 2I/Borisov

Using the radio telescopes of the ALMA observatory and the TRAPPIST-South telescope, researchers were able to observe the chemical compounds of the comet discovered in 2019.

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The COVID diagnostic laboratory is operational

5500 tests were carried out in 2 days. Tonight, we should reach 7000 tests. Discover the working environment of our researchers in video!

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A publication in Cryosphere

Record melting of the Greenland Ice sheet in 2019

A study identifies unprecedented atmospheric conditions that led to a devastating summer and suggests that climate models may underestimate future melt.

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A publication in Nature Protocols

A method for characterizing circular DNA molecules (virus and eukaryote) which play important roles (cancer, virosis)

CIDER-Seq could provide accurate genome data on a number of important viruses such as human papillomaviruses.

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COVID-19 & confinement : opinion

Teenagers in confinement

A situation that runs counter to the needs of adolescents

How is confinement, a bubble of family omnipresence, experienced by adolescents, who, in order to construct their identities, have just as much need to distance themselves from their parents, to see their friends, and to be alone?

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Coronavirus : the current situation in prisons

Crisis Highlights the Failures of our Prison Policy

Interview with Vincent Seron, professor at the Faculty of Law, Political Science and Criminology of the University of Liège, specialising in issues relating to prisons and imprisonment.

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Covid-19: quatre scénarios pour l’après-crise

Frédéric Claisse délivre une première cartographie des scénarios qui se dégagent de la crise : transformation, continuation, résilience ou effondrement - mais les étiquettes sont trompeuses et les futurs possibles plus ambivalents que jamais.

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