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CHEOPS opens its eyes to the sky

The opening of the cover of the satellite, designed at CSL, proceeded as planned. The ESA satellite, designed to study exoplanets, is ready to take its first images of the sky.

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ULiège researchers create a new method of Artificial Intelligence

An article in PLOS ONE

Inspired by the functioning of the human brain and based on a biological mechanism called neuromodulation, it allows intelligent agents to adapt to unknown situations.

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Scientific Prize

Denis Defrère and the "LBTI project" team rewarded by NASA

This prize rewards the implementation of the LBTI instrument that allows the study of dust in the habitable zone of nearby stars.

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Space mission

First light for ICON

The mission, which involves researchers and engineers from ULiège, has just received the first images of the Earth's ionosphere.

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Recherche

Oxygen loss in the ocean and its alarming consequences

At COP25, IUCN presented a report, prepared by 70 researchers, on the state of the oceans and coastal areas, which have lost 2% of their oxygen overall in 50 years. Marilaure GRÉGOIRE is the lead author on Chapter 1: What is ocean deoxygenation ?

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ERC Consolidator Grant

Denis Defrère gets an ERC Consolidator scholarship for his SCIFY project

This project aims to develop a new instrument to study the formation of exoplanets and to validate a technique to search for signs of life on their surface.

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Une publication dans Nature

Greenland's ice mass is melting seven times faster than expected

A new study involving Xavier Fettweis reports an alarming situation, which could have an unprecedented impact.

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Challenge

Natacha Delrez wins the international final of the My Thesis in 180 seconds challenge

The young doctoral student's performance convinced the jury and the public of this 6th edition of the competition.

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Ice slabs inside the icesheets in Greenland intensify the runoff of meltwater into the ocean.

An international team of researchers has just identified a mechanism that could well precipitate IPCC projections.

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Outstanding equipment

The first 7 Tesla MRI scanner in Belgium is operational at the University of Liège

Thanks to this exceptional neuroimaging equipment, ULiège researchers will be able to better understand how the brain works and several neurodegenerative diseases

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