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Rencontres-conférences

Prochaines rencontres LIEGE CREATIVE

Agenda 2020

Le forum LIEGE CREATIVE réunit les mondes de la recherche, de l’entreprise et du secteur public afin d’encourager le décloisonnement, l’émergence d’idées et de nouvelles collaborations au service de l'innovation.

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Scientific Prize

Denis Defrère and the "LBTI project" team rewarded by NASA

This prize rewards the implementation of the LBTI instrument that allows the study of dust in the habitable zone of nearby stars.

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Scientific Prize

Nine ULiège scientists rewarded at the FNRS Awards ceremony

They received their awards at the first ceremony organised by the FRS-FNRS, which brought together researchers and patrons.

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Scientific Prize

Damien Sluysmans, recipient of the Antonella Karlson Prize 2019

The prize is awarded to the researcher for his PhD thesis in the field of development and characterization of new synthetic molecular machines.

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Maxime Boutier, winner of the McKinsey & Company 2019 Award

The prize is awarded for a PhD thesis in the field of the development of a vaccine against a virus that infects common and koi carp.

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Jean-Michel Lafleur winner of the 2019 Wernaers Award

The prize rewards the researcher for his participation in a book on how Belgians view the issue of international migration in the 21st century.

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Neurologist Steven Laureys, winner of the Generet Prize for Rare Diseases

Winner of the Prix Francqui 2017, Steven Laureys receives the Generet Prize, managed by the King Baudouin Foundation, worth one million euros for research into the "post-coma" period.

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Magazine ULiège

Le Quinzième Jour is getting a new look!

Au menu de ce premier numéro de 2020 : les origines de la vie, Notre-Dame de Paris, les fake news, les mécanismes de l'alcoolisme ou encore le point sur le rail.

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A publication in Philosophical Transactions B

Yes, dinosaurs suffered from cancer too

Researchers from ULiège and VUB show that sauropods, the largest terrestrial dinosaurs, have developed bone diseases such as cancer.

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Prix, bourses et distinctions

Annie Niessen obtient la bourse de recherche « Henri Rieben » de la Fondation Jean Monnet

Cette bourse permettra à la doctorante de l’Unité d’études européennes d'effectuer un séjour de recherche à Lausanne. 

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Publication in Journal of Pest Science

Studying maize root volatiles allows a better understanding of wireworms infestation levels

A team from Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech - ULiège has just published a new research in the Journal of Pest Science about wireworm infestation and its link with root VOC levels in corn.

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