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Merlin Tieleman received the 'Dies Natalis Student Award' from Maastricht University

Merlin Tieleman was awarded the ‘Dies Natalis Student Award’ from the university of Maastricht. This price is a reward for his master’s thesis on the appearance of social discriminations within an algorithm used to assign grades to students in England.

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A publication in Angewandte Chemie

More sustainable and recyclable polyurethane foams

Researchers at the University of Liège have developed a process that allows the production of polyurethane without isocyanate, a toxic chemical compound.

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A publication in Angewandte Chemie International Edition

Unlocking the organic chemistry of N2O3 through continuous flow process technology

Research efforts at CiTOS - University of Liège have unlocked the safe preparation and use of an unstable nitrogen oxide derivative with huge potential for synthetic applications.

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1.800.000€ en faveur de la recherche médicale et de la lutte contre le cancer à Liège en 2023

Fondation Léon Fredericq

La Fondation Léon Fredericq, Fondation Hospitalo-Universitaire à Liège, a pour objectifs de soutenir et renforcer l’aide à la recherche médicale à Liège, soutenir les projets innovants en faveur du patient, et se mobiliser contre le cancer à Liège.

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A publication in Chemical Science

Groundbreaking flow production of biodegradable and biocompatible polymers for medical applications

A multidisciplinary research program has converged toward a groundbreaking continuous process for accessing challenging organophosphorus building blocks toward the preparation of biodegradable and biocompatible polymers

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Professor Wim Decock receives the Max Planck-Humboldt Medal 2022

Professor at ULiège and UCLouvain, Wim Decock receives this prize for his work at the crossroads of the history of law, theology and the history of economic thought.

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ULiège involved in 6 new COST Action research projects

The COST program is one of the broadest frameworks for scientific cooperation in Europe and an interesting mechanism for the coordination and dissemination of the European research effort.

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A publication in Green Chemistry

Righting past wrongs through flow chemistry: the case of chemical warfare agents

The CiTOS laboratory of the University of Liège has developed a compact, mobile and transportable tool capable of completely neutralising mustard gas and its analogues in less than a minute.

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Publication dans JAMA Neurology

Prévention des démences chez les seniors : la méditation toujours à l’étude

Des chercheurs du CRC ont participé à une étude observant l’impact d’un entraînement à la méditation de 18 mois sur certaines structures cérébrales impliquées dans la régulation de l’attention et des émotions,chez des personnes de plus de 65 ans. 

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Welcome to international students and researchers at ULiège!

A welcome evening was organized at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie on Wednesday, October 26. It was an opportunity to welcome the newcomers, to enjoy the conviviality of Liège and to get to know each other.

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ULiege takes part in the ECWALI project

The GeMMe, PEPs laboratories and the CSL will be involved in the ECWALI project for a Circular Economy in Wallonia for aluminium alloys and stainless steels.

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Elasto-Inertial Turbulence

New publication

Vincent Terrapon and his colleagues, Yves Dubief and Björn Hof, have just published a new review article in the Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics on "Elasto-Inertial Turbulence". 

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