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Publications in Frontiers in Marine Science

Offshore wind farms increase carbon storage in seabeds

Recent studies lead by Dutch and Belgian insitutions - including researchers from ULiège FOCUS - provide useful data for marine spatial planning and climate change models. 

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ORBi, the ULiège directory of scientific publications, passes the 200 000 references mark !

A record reached thanks to the implication of the members of the scientific community of the ULiège who encode everyday day new references since 2008.

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Scientific publication

Stone tool documents Neanderthal hunting practices

A leaf point recently discovered in Germany and analysed at the University of Liège documents the manufacture and use of this 65,000-year-old tool.

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A publication in Science Advances

XMM and Juno join forces to reveal the origin of Jupiter's auroral X-ray flares

A mystery solved thanks to the joint efforts of ESA and NASA teams, including researchers from the Laboratory of Atmospheric and Planetary Physics at ULiège.

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A publication in Nature

Large-scale genomic analysis highlights risk factors for COVID-19

An international collaboration - involving the University of Liege, the University Hospital of Liege and the CHC Mont Légia - has identified several genetic markers associated with SARS-CoV-2 infection and COVID-19 severity.

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A publication in The Cryopshere

Reducing the melting of the Greenland ice sheet using solar geoengineering?

A study conducted by ULiège climatologists using the MAR climate model looks at the feasibility and impact of using such technologies.

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Scientific prize

Michaël Ovidio, laureate of the Edmond de Sélys Longchamps prize awarded by the Royal Academy of Belgium

This prize is awarded to him for his high quality research on the biology and behavior of European fish fauna and on the protection of the biodiversity of rivers.

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A publication in Palaeodiversity & Palaeoenvironments

Wallonia as an international reference for the geological timeline

Paleontologists from ULiège redefine the geological boundary between the Devonian and Carboniferous periods. A Walloon site could be chosen as a world reference for this boundary.

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A publication in Brain Communications

Near-death experiences, a survival strategy that originates in thanatosis, common in the animal kingdom ?

A study lead by Danish and Belgian (GIGA/ULiège) researchers attributes for the first time a biological purpose to near-death experiences (NDEs)

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Diversity & Distributions

L'aire de distribution des grands singes d'Afrique tropicale pourrait être réduite de 90% d'ici 2050

Des données collectées par Barbara Haurez, Assistante et Maître de Conférence au Laboratoire d'Agroécologie Tropicale, durant sa thèse de doctorat ont été utilisées pour les modèles prédictifs.

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SARS-CoV-2

ULiège issues a dashboard to monitor the epidemic situation within its University community

The University of Liège is adding to its tools for managing and monitoring SARS-CoV-2 among its students and staff by setting up an institutional dashboard. It is composed of twelve indicators, fed by external and internal data.

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