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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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Scientific prize

Pierre-Hugues Stefanuto, laureate of the 2020 John Phillips Award

This award recognises the young researcher from the Molsys research unit for his outstanding contribution to the field of analytical chemistry.

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A publication in AGU Advances

Dawn storms, Jupiter's auroral substorms?

A research conducted by scientists from the Laboratory for Planetary and Atmospheric Physics (STAR Institute) at ULiège made it possible to capture, for the first time, this spectacular event from start to finish.

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Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer

Blockade of the multifunctional protein HMGB1 improves cancer immunotherapy

Michael Herfs' team (Lab for Experimental Pathology, GIGA-Cancer) demonstrates the importance of blocking the oxidized form of this protein to reactivate anti-tumor immunity and improve the effectiveness of immune checkpoint inhibitors.

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Dogs trained to detect COVID-19

A study in which researchers from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of ULiège participated and which demonstrates the effectiveness of this less invasive and almost instantaneous means of detection.

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Spin-off Apeo: 6M€ levés pour une alternative naturelle au glyphosate

Apeo passe à la vitesse supérieure en obtenant 6 millions d’euros d’investisseurs privés et de la Région Wallonne.

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Questionnaire en ligne

Une étude sur "l'esprit d'entreprendre" lancée auprès des étudiants

Une étude internationale qui souhaite récolter des informations sur les intentions et les activités des étudiants en matière d'entrepreneuriat, coordonnée par l'ULiège (en collaboration avec les universités d'Anvers et de Gand) pour la Belgique.

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Intelligent robots that sort metal waste

No energy transition without metals! The Walloon industrial demonstrator Multipick sorts them out and places them at the heart of new recovery processes.

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A publication in PNAS

Neanderthals disappeared from North West Europe earlier than thought

This is demonstrated by a team of scientists who have used fossil samples from the ULiège collections.

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Le FERULiège a 20 ans

Ce lundi 8 mars, le FERULiège fête ses 20 ans. Petit coup d'oeil dans le rétroviseur avec Juliette d'Or, une des pionnières du FERULiège.

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Thymus and the science of self

Vincent Geenen looks back on his research conducted for more than 30 years at ULiège on the thymus, a key organ of our immune system, which could help in the development of a new vaccine against type 1 diabetes.

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