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How do entrepreneurs' brains work?  

A new study at ULiège and a call to established entrepreneurs and young entrepreneurs in student incubators

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ULiège takes part in the MAGELLAN EU project  

March 2024

The University of Liege, and more particularly the GeMMe research group, is taking part in the European HORIZON project   (MAGnets in rEsiLient suppLy chAiNs) poised to support the revolution of the electric vehicle industry in Europe by creating a cutting-edge, cost-efficient approach for improved sustainability and resilience of European electric vehicle traction motors (EVTMs).

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Interreg VI Grande Région: 10 projects funded at ULiège under the 1st call for projects  

Cross-border cooperation

As part of the 1st Interreg VI Grande Région call, 10 research projects are being funded at ULiège. Three of them are coordinated by our researchers.

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The Einstein Telescope E-TEST prototype passes its first series of tests  

The results of the vibration and cooling tests - carried out at the Liège Space Centre - are very encouraging for this unique prototype.

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A book published at Leuven University Press

What experience do newcomers have with the welfare state?  

A wide-ranging study by scientists from CEDEM at ULiège, Hiva at the KUL and Césir at the Université Saint-Louis on the experiences of immigrants and bureaucrats with the Belgian welfare system.

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Une publication dans Nature

The evolution of photosynthesis better documented thanks to the discovery of the oldest thylakoids in fossil cyanobacteria  

This major discovery made by researchers from ULiège offers a new approach to deciphering the early diversification of life and clarifying the role of cyanobacteria in the Great Oxygenation of the Earth.

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Laurent Nguyen winner of the 2023 Audacious Medical Grant in Neurology  

A neurobiologist at the GIGA, he receives this research grain in recognition of his original and daring research project into the mechanisms underlying brain development.

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GT4Health, ULiège's ambitious new gene therapy project, has just been selected for Win4Excellence funding.  

A programme of excellence from the Walloon Region, which brings together ten Belgian partners at the cutting edge of the health field, will be coordinated by the University of Liège.

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72 new FRESH and FRIA research grants at ULiège!  

Among the grants awarded by the FRS-FNRS this year, 72 will finance research carried out by young researchers from ULiège.

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Thomas Marichal awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for his MoMacTrajectALI project  

The aim of this project is to study the behaviour of innate immune cells following pulmonary viral infections in order to develop new targeted therapeutic strategies.

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Young Belgians are often both perpetrators and victims of online  

Researchers from the University of Antwerp, the University of Liège and UCLouvain Saint-Louis Brussels questioned 2,819 young Belgians aged 15 to 25 about online hate speech and the dissemination of sexual content (or nudes).

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