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Publication dans Elife

Higher light levels may improve cognitive performance  

Gilles Vandewalle's team provides evidence that higher light levels lead to a change in activity in the hypothalamus, and an improvement in cognitive performance.

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RECHERCHE

Des thèmes aussi variés que le sont les faits de société !   

Doctorat en Sciences Sociales

Surendettement, quotidien des migrants, engagement politique, invisibilisation des minorités, santé sexuelle, contraception, territoires zéro-chômeurs, rapports de domination... Des thèmes abordés par les doctorant·e·s de la FaSS.

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Dialogues URA #4

PASSEPORT MATÉRIAU  

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Le 11 avril 2024 se tenait le quatrième séminaire du cycle de Dialogues URA ; l'occasion d'accueillir trois expert·e·s des domaines du réemploi des produits de construction et du passeport matériau.

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UniGR | University of the Greater Region

UniGR-CIRKLA: a second centre of expertise for the transition to a circular economy of materials and metals  

Coordinated by the University of Liège, the project aims to continue to position the Greater Region as a European model for the efficient management of technological resources and waste.

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Publication in Leukemia

Inhibiting autophagy to enhance immune recognition of azacitidine-treated leukemia  

The laboratory of Grégory Ehx and his Canadian colleagues discover that azacitidine, a drug used against leukemia, should be combined with autophagy inhibitors to unleash its full potential.

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A publication in Nature Climate Change

Extraterrestrial material in Antarctica threatened by global warming     

A study that used the MAR climate model developed by ULiège researchers to predict the risk of meteorite loss due to the melting of the ice sheet.  

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PLATO: Half of the cameras aligned and ready for integration into the satellite  

Thirteen flight models of the future ESA mission have undergone alignment and vibration testing at the Centre Spatial de Liège (CSL).

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Major breakthrough in the development of new nanomedicines  

3 ULiège research centers with different areas of expertise - GIGA (biology - D. Mottet), CIRM (pharmacy - G. Piel) and CERM (chemistry - A. Debuigne) - have successfully joined forces to carry out this multidisciplinary research project.

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Research funding

The GIGA-CRC-Human Imaging receives exceptional funding from the ROGER DE SPOELBERCH Foundation for a large-scale project on Alzheimer's disease.   

The project set up by ULiège researchers aims at a better understanding of the impact of the neuroinflammation process on the neuropathology of the disease and the associated cognitive changes.

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Preventive medicine: a major study conducted by ULiège and Liège University Hospital  

ULiège and the CHU of Liège are jointly conducting the ENSEMBLE project, the aim of which is to improve polygenic risk scores in the Walloon population by recruiting 10,000 patients.

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LIEGE Creative

Breaking down barriers to identify themes for future LIEGE CREATIVE programming  

PRogramming Commitee

On February 8, LIEGE CREATIVE brought together 90 participants from the worlds of research, business and the public sector at Val-Benoît to identify the key themes for its future programming.

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European research project on endocrine disruptors  

Julie Bakker, Charlotte Cornil and Anne-Simone Parent are involved in the European H2020 project "MERLON", which has just been launched in Copenhagen. They will be studying the effects of endocrine disruptors on brain development.

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