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Planes, satellites and other aerospatial objects are subject to high pressure and vibrations related to speed and climatic conditions. Therefore, it is important to try and predict the response of the materials. Nolisys, the new spin-off from the University of Liège has created a piece of software able to do this: the first in the world.
CYTOMINE develops an “intelligent” IT program for analysing images of cells and tissue to help with the assessment of new treatments and with the anatomopathological diagnosis of lung cancer.
Tiwouh is the first human and social sciences spin-off from the University of Liège created 10 years ago. The company operates an alternative or augmentative communication software solution for speech therapists/speech pathologists as well as people with communication and language disorders - including autism spectrum disorders - and their families.
Intelligent lighting units installed on each urban lighting unit detecting road users, determining their type (vehicle, cyclist, pedestrian) anticipate their needs and exchange to create a light bubble accompanying the user at their speed. The exclusive SmartNodes technology offers many benefits
Laetitia Delrez, researcher at the STAR and ASTROBIOLOGY research units is the winner of the Paul & Marie Stroobant Prize 2019. This prize, awarded by the class of sciences of the Royal Academy of Sciences, Letters and Fine Arts of Belgium, underlines the interest and quality of the studies of a scientist in the fields of observational or theoretical astronomy.
Denis Defrère, astrophysicist at the PSILab (STAR Research Institute/Faculty of Science) and research engineer at the Centre Spatial de Liège (CSL), is among the winners of the "Group Achievement Award" awarded by NASA.
Research director F.R.S.-FNRS, head of the laboratory of Cardiology, GIGA-Cardiovascular unit, she is the new president of the Belgian Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (BSTH).
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.
Benjamin G. Dewals, a F.R.S.-FNRS Research Associate at the FARAH Research Unit (Faculty of Veterinary Medicine) is the winner of the biennial Princess Josephine Charlotte 2019 Study Centre Award. This prize rewards the scientist's research in the field of viral infections and more particularly in the study of host-pathogen interactions during infections - notably - by gammaherpesviruses.
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