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Dolphins of the bay
Discovering the bottlenose dolphins of North Patagonia. A great exercice of scientific popularization lead by Els Vermeulen, PhD student in oceanography.

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Books of the Greco-Roman world
From discovery of the Papyri to the preservation of books. 
A virtual exhibition offered by the CEDOPAL (ULg)

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INTRO refugies climatiques One good reason to speak of "climate refugees"
The difficulty of isolating environmental factors from other drivers of migration still exists but no-one now seems to deny their importance as a driving force of displacement.
INTRO Camps Fukushima 

After Fukushima, life in a prefab
François Gemenne, FNRS qualified researcher at the University of  Liège, analyses the journey of the victims of  Fukushima, in the refugees camps.


Steven Laureys TEDxBrussels

Steven Laureys @ TEDxBrussels
From brain to consciousness. Steven Laureys presented its research domain through a 13 minutes stand up conference @TEDxBrussels. A brilliant, clear and innovative message. There is live after death.

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Analysing the quality of drugs 

Analysing the vibrations of molecules provides precious information as to their characteristics. This is particularly applicable to the area of pharmaceutical products.

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Mapping crime in cities 

Thanks to a new mapping model, it is possible to rapidly analyse the police’s databases and thus help to better prevent crime. It integrates spatial continuity, an innovation in a field that favours vector data in a discrete space.

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Treating cervical cancer with cryotherapy 

What if we were to take preventive action to reduce the number of cases of cervical cancer by means of cryotherapy rather than only using it to treat the disease once the precancerous lesion is already there?

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Waterloo, still on the horizon during the Great War  

1915: the centenary of the battle of Waterloo is about to be revised…A fascinating piece of work re-examines this chapter of human history.

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Nano architects 

Philippe Ghosez and his team have come up with two materials with exceptional properties. One might enter electronic devices of the future and the other new and “green” electric power generators.

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Alterations to mouse skin in space 

Mice that have spent time in space have a thinner skin than control mice on ground. They also experience alterations of hair follicles cycling and of a cutaneous non-load-bearing muscle.

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