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Launch of the DOC-BOX project, which aims to develop new tools for post-com patients suffering from consciousness disorders  

Coordinated by the University of Liège, this four-year project brings together sixteen European partners from the healthcare field.

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A publication in the Journal of Sleep Research

Hearing relaxing words in your sleep slows your heart down  

This discovery by researchers from the GIGA - Center of Research Cyclotron at ULiège reveals that the sleeping body also reacts to the external world during sleep, explaining how some information from the sensory environment can affect sleep quality.

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Tattooing on a nanoscale  

This has been made possible by a new cutting-edge instrument recently acquired by the University of Liège, which can engrave any material on a nanometric scale. But that's not all.

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The Einstein Telescope E-TEST prototype passes its first series of tests  

The results of the vibration and cooling tests - carried out at the Liège Space Centre - are very encouraging for this unique prototype.

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A publication in Water Research

Brussels' ponds emit greenhouse gases  

A study conducted by the University of Liège shows that greenhouse gas emissions from Brussels' ponds cancel out the carbon sink of the city's green spaces.

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Innovation

Living Forest, a new "climate tech" start-up resulting from collaboration between ULiège and BXVentures, aims to make the most of the resources of our forests while helping to preserve them  

Spin-off

Living Forest is ULiège's latest start-up, the fruit of collaboration between the Smart Gastronomy Lab and venture studio BXVentures.

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Recherche

11 February: International Day of Women and Girls in Science  

Between February 11 (International Day of Women and Girls in Science) and March 8 (International Women's Day), the University of Liège (re) honours those (among many others!) who are shaking things up. 

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Scientific expedition

The TANGO 2 scientific expedition is heading for Antarctica  

This new mission, in which ULiège is involved, aims to observe the reactions of Antarctic marine ecosystems to climate change, particularly at shallow depths.

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Research project

Alzheimer's: innovative ways of detecting the disease  

Christine Bastin (FNRS, ULiège) has been awarded a 300,000 euros grant by Stop Alzheimer to help detect the first signs of Alzheimer's disease earlier, so that we can benefit from the effectiveness of current treatments.

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A publication in Angewandte Chemie International Edition

Intensifying the production of high-value compounds from industrial waste  

Researchers from ULiège CiTOS and CERM Labs, have developed an innovative process for producing glycerol carbonate that relies on a hybrid approach combining fundamental physical organic chemistry and applied flow process technology.

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RECHERCHE

Huit nouveaux projets de recherche financés par le FNRS et l'ULiège  

Faculté des Sciences Sociales

Véronique Servais, Vice-Doyenne à la recherche commente : Inscrits dans des domaines d'actualité variés, les projets retenus contribuent à ancrer encore davantage l’IRSS dans l’actualité, ainsi que dans la société de demain.

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