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A publication un Current Biology

How did sabre-toothed tigers acquire their long upper canine teeth?  

A study led by ULiège enriches our understanding of the Earth's past and documents the mechanisms leading to evolutionary convergence.

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Forest is Life

Une recherche post-doctorale en primatologie entre Gembloux et Sao Paulo  

Olivier Kaisin, chercheur à Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech (ULiège) établit une recherche post-doctorale grâce à une bourse d'excellence octroyée par Wallonie-Bruxelles International.

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Detection of an Earth-sized exoplanet orbiting the ultracool dwarf star SPECULOOS-3  

The SPECULOOS project, led by the University of Liège, has revealed the existence of an Earth-sized planet around SPECULOOS-3, a nearby star similar in size to Jupiter and twice as cold as our Sun.

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A publication in Nature Astronomy

WASP-193b, a giant planet with a density similar to that of cotton candy  

Co-discovered by researchers from the University of Liège, this exoplanet is larger but seven times less massive than Jupiter and is the second least dense planet discovered to date. 

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Three ULiège projects selected for Welbio Investigator Program funding  

WEL Research Institute

As part of the Welbio Investigator Program call for projects, two FARAH projects and one GIGA project were selected for funding at the Université de Liège.  

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Major discoveries in the Valley of the Kings : The portable laboratory opens an unprecedented window on Egyptian art  

A new campaign of analyses carried out by researchers from the University of Liège and Paris Sorbonne is shedding light on unsuspected aspects of Pharaonic art.

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Publication in Nature communications

Puberty, a crucial phase in the development of future female sexual behavior  

Julie Bakker's team has shown that puberty is a crucial phase in brain development and that exposure to  stresses during this period could lead to long lasting sexual dysfunction.

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Suivez Altervia Multivox : un séjour de recherche à vélo au bord de l'Ourthe !  

D'Esneux à La Roche

Un séjour de recherche immersif en itinérance a démarré ce lundi avec des étudiants en anthropologie et en sociologie, trois chercheurs et chercheuses de la Faculté des Sciences Sociales, le tout en collaboration avec des artistes.

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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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