The Aquarium-Museum welcomes each year many visitors who have come to discover the 46 reservoirs which host nearly 2,500 fish from the oceans, the seas, the lakes and the rivers from all over the world.
Two half-days are organised by Masters students in geography, the spatial sciences and geology from the University of Liège.
The Doc'Cafés are the chance for University of Liège researchers to go meet the public, present their research subjects...and, above all, to create dialogue with the participants in a friendly and relaxed environment.
The asbl "Espaces Botaniques Universitaires" of Liège is composed of several sites and equipped with several remarkable collections and species, and is dedicated to the dissemination and promotion of the sciences.
Discover the world of insects through a permanent exhibition of dozens of living insects and hundreds of naturalised specimens. Workshops, events, and sometimes tastings...
Initiated by an important consortium of Liège stakeholders, the Forum is relying on de-partitioning and the complementarity of skills as sources of creativity in order to stimulate innovative projects.
You love the sciences, you want to introduce them to your children, you wish to illustrate your science courses? Well, head over to the House of Science! Physics, chemistry, biology and much more.
A competition where doctoral students from all over the world present their thesis subject in just 3 minutes. A fun opportunity to see scientific research from a different point of view!
Maths à Modeler (Math to mould) is an initiative to promote initiation to the scientific method and mathematical popularisation through playful situations inspired by research problems in Discrete Mathematics.
Here you will find a completely free access space where you can find help, share your knowledge and your experience, discuss issues related to the teaching of mathematics, or even discuss points of theory
The project is based on workshops conducted in schools in collaboration with students and teachers of secondary education. Together, the latter seek answers to a research problem proposed by researchers.
The European Researcher Night is organised each year in different European cities, including Liège. On this occasion, researchers from all fields meet with the general public.
Meeting with students, researchers and teachers and gaining another idea of science is the goal of the Spring of Science, an annual event highlighting the diversity of science.
The "Brain Week" is an annual event with the general public to promote research on the brain. On the agenda: conferences, fun activities and open doors to the labs.
Forty spectacular experiments in Physics and Chemistry are presented in a fun way and commented by scientific hosts.
“Scientifiques en herbe" (Scientists in making) proposes to host secondary students in the laboratories of the University of Liège in order to spark their interest in the scientific method through experimentation...
ULiège teachers-researchers propose to come to your classes for a scientific presentation on their field of specialisation.