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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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Space mission

CHEOPS opens its eyes to the sky

The opening of the cover of the satellite, designed at CSL, proceeded as planned. The ESA satellite, designed to study exoplanets, is ready to take its first images of the sky.

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ULiège researchers create a new method of Artificial Intelligence

An article in PLOS ONE

Inspired by the functioning of the human brain and based on a biological mechanism called neuromodulation, it allows intelligent agents to adapt to unknown situations.

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Une publication dans Nature Climate Change

Towards more predictive and interdisciplinary climate change ecosystem experiments

A team of researchers, including Bernard Longdoz, Professor at Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech - ULiège, has just published in Nature Climate Change a publication entitled "Towards more predictive and interdisciplinary climate change ecosystem experiments".

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Scientific Prize

Denis Defrère and the "LBTI project" team rewarded by NASA

This prize rewards the implementation of the LBTI instrument that allows the study of dust in the habitable zone of nearby stars.

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Scientific Prize

Nine ULiège scientists rewarded at the FNRS Awards ceremony

They received their awards at the first ceremony organised by the FRS-FNRS, which brought together researchers and patrons.

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Scientific Prize

Damien Sluysmans, recipient of the Antonella Karlson Prize 2019

The prize is awarded to the researcher for his PhD thesis in the field of development and characterization of new synthetic molecular machines.

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