In the search for the origins and evolution of life
Re-examining the evidence of early life traces is essential !
In Nature, Professor Emmanuelle Javaux reports on the most recent advances in the analysis of biosignatures of the first traces of life on Earth, and elsewhere in the universe. Research that is at the heart of astrobiology.
Clouds dominate uncertainties in predicting future Greenland melt
Climatologists from the universities of Bristol and Liege suggest that the representation of clouds in climate models is as important or even more important than the uncertainties related to the amount of greenhouse gas emissions.
Immunity transmitted to the newborn through breast milk does not only pass through antibodies
In a study published in Science Advances, Benjamin G. DEWALS (ULiège) and William HORSNELL (University of Cape Town) found that long-term immunity against certain infections is also acquired during breastfeeding regardless of a transfer of maternal antibodies.