The University of Liège signs an important agreement with China
This important milestone for the ULiège concerns an exclusivity agreement for the commercialization of a vaccine against a herpesvirus infecting common carp and koi carp, developed by the laboratory of Professor Alain Vanderplasschen.
Katabata Project: taming the winds of Greenland to generate wind energy
The Katabata project, set up by researchers from the University of Liège, aims to measure for the first time the potential of katabatic winds in the south of the Groeland with a view to setting up large wind farms there.
The "96-well plates": one of the necessary elements of testing, now produced in Wallonia
Collaboration between Walloon public and private players has made it possible to develop the production of these plates very quickly. From now on, all the elements of the Covid-19 screening test are mastered by Wallonia.
Que faire de nos déchets radioactifs passés et à venir ?
Le Spiral, en collaboration avec l’UAntwerp, a mené une consultation bilingue avec l’aide de Mesydel visant à répertorier les besoins et les attentes des différents acteurs concernant la gestion à long terme des déchets hautement radioactifs.
COVID-19 : research, innovation and expertise in Wallonia and Brussels
Find on a dedicated wesite all the projects set up at ULiège and in many other organisations in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation to fight against the virus and its consequences on health, society and the economy.
Two young ULiège graduates win a scholarship to launch their prototype
The Ecopoon project, a range of edible and biodegradable cutlery designed by two young graduates from HEC-Liège, won a €5,000 grant from the Albert Vanhee Fund of the Foundation for Future Generations.