University of Liège

University of Liège

University of Liège  
Environment - Mar 2, 2018
Environment
A study conducted by a team of international researchers, including Krishna Das from the Laboratory of Biological Oceanology ( FOCUS Research Unit), presents new data on the level of mercury in seven distinct populations of European seabass ( Dicentrarchus labrax ), an edible species whose flesh is highly appreciated by gourmets.
Chemistry - Feb 28, 2018

Researchers at the NANOCHEM laboratory (MolSys Research Unit) of the University of Liege have studied molecules synthesized by Sir Fraser Stoddart's group, Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry 2016 and professor at Northwestern University.

Astronomy - Feb 22, 2018

Just a year ago, on the 22 February 2017, at a press conference at NASA headquarters, an international team of researchers revealed the existence of a unique exoplanetary system, made up of seven planets orbiting a small nearby star.

Astronomy - Feb 22, 2018

Songs, animations, paintings, short stories, sketches, illustrations, the announcement of the discovery of TRAPPIST-1 by Michaël Gillon - in February 2017 during a press conference at the NASA headquarters - inspired many people and groups around the world.

Life Sciences - Jan 29, 2018
Life Sciences

A research team led by Prof. Julie Bakker (GIGA-ULiège) and Prof. Ulrich Boehm (Saarland University, Germany) has made a major advancement in our understanding of how the brain controls sex.

Astronomy - Jan 9, 2018
Astronomy

A stellar core that challenges predictions: here is the result of the first cartography of the interior of a white-dwarf star performed by an international team that includes  Valérie Van Grootel and Marc-Antoine Dupret , two researchers belonging to the STAR Institute at Université de Liège.

Health - Feb 22, 2018

Belgian, English and Australian scientists are calling on the Australian authorities to review their decision to introduce the carp herpes virus as a way to combat the common carp having colonised the country's rivers.

Life Sciences - Feb 22, 2018

Interneuron migration controls cerebral cortical growth and its impairement could lead to macrocephaly A team from the University of Liège has discovered a new crosstalk between the migrating inhibitory interneurons and the stem cells that generate the excitatory neurons.

Life Sciences - Jan 29, 2018
Life Sciences

A research team led by Prof. Julie Bakker (GIGA-ULiège) and Prof. Ulrich Boehm (Saarland University, Germany) has made a major advancement in our understanding of how the brain controls sex.

Astronomy - Jan 11, 2018
Astronomy

The Centre Spatial de Liège (CSL) has been selected by the European Space Agency (ESA) to carry out numerous tests on various parts of the JUICE satellite, which will be launched in 2022 for an unprecedented mission to the largest planet in our solar system.

Environment - Jan 5, 2018
Environment

The international research group GO2NE, including its co-chair Marilaure Grégoire , a physicist civil engineer, FRS-FNRS Research Director in the FOCUS Research Unit and ocean modelling specialist,




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