u-card-img-1
News
A publication in The European Journal of Neurology

Encouraging new prospects for the treatment of consciousness disorders  

An international team of researchers and clinicians, led by GIGA (ULiège), has just completed a groundbreaking clinical trial on a cohort of 62 patients from ten institutions.

Learn more
u-card-img-1
News
NGT

NGTs at the service of potatoes  

Following the changes to NGT (New Genomic Techniques) announced by the EC on July 5, questions are being asked on the subject. At Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech, Prof. Hervé Vanderschuren is exploring applications, notably on potatoes.

Learn more
u-card-img-1
News
A publication in Nature

JWST observations reveal for the first time the presence of water in the inner disc of a young star that harbours giant planets  

This is an essential discovery in which ULiège researchers played a key role, and which offers clues as to the habitability of rocky planets around other stars.

Learn more
u-card-img-1
News

Study on the controlled recharge of aquifers: Wallonia anticipates drought episodes  

The MARWAL project aims to analyze the feasibility of setting up controlled groundwater recharge systems for future use, particularly in the event of drought. 

Learn more
u-card-img-1
News
A publication in PLOS ONE

Non-invasive chemical imaging reveals the art of ancient egyptian painters  

This discovery was made possible thanks to new portable, non-invasive chemical imaging technologies, notably from the ULiège CEA, which enable works of art to be studied in depth without damaging them.

Learn more
u-card-img-1
News
A publication in Organometallics

Will you take ruthenium with your tea or coffee?  

Researchers at ULiège are developing highly efficient biosourced catalysts based on caffeine and theophylline, two natural substances.

Learn more
u-card-img-1
News
A publication in Natural Sciences

When a crustacean exoskeleton becomes a remarkable biological harpoon  

A recent study uncovers several strategies allowing the spikes of the mantis shrimp to be efficient biological harpoons with remarkable mechanical properties.

Learn more
u-card-img-1
News

Christophe Detrembleur, Alessio Franci and Jean-Christophe Monbaliu have been awarded WEL-T funding to develop their excellent research projects  

Major Wel Research Institute (WelRI) funding to support their projects of excellence in the fields of polyurethane (PU) foams, micro/mesofluidics and neuromorphic engineering.

Learn more
u-card-img-1
News

Michaël Herfs, winner of the Audacious Medical Grant in Oncology 2023  

Michaëls Herfs has been awarded this prize for his original and daring research project focused on cervical cancer.

Learn more
u-card-img-1
News
A publication in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice

Entrepreneurs' brains: researchers reveal increased cognitive flexibility  

A multidisciplinary research team led by ULiège and CHU Liège has uncovered evidence of increased neuronal connectivity in the brains of entrepreneurs, which may contribute to distinct cognitive attributes.

Learn more
u-card-img-1
News
Research Projects

European funds ERDF and ESF+: nearly 36 million euros granted to ULiège  

FEDER-FSE+

Every 7 years, the European Union allocates European funds to European institutions in order to help them respond to the challenges of the territories and populations.

Learn more

Share this page