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 INTRO HD219134b

HD219134b et c characterized !

An international team, lead by  Michaël Gillon, astronomist at the Univesrity of Liège, has characterized HD219134b and c, the two rocky planets that appaer to be the closest to our solar system.

En Bref Europa

First light for Europa !
The first telescope of the SPECULOOS project, funded by the European Research Council (ERC) has been commisionned by Michaël Gillon and Emmanuël Jehin, astronomers at the Université de Liège

 INTRO vizir Absil

The University of Liège will participate in the improvement of the VLT

The goal is to increase the performance of the telescope in the search for other potentially habitable planets near Centaur Alpha.

INTRO JUNO

Juno Mission : ULg in Jupiter's orbit
This July 5th at 5:18 am (CET), the interplanetary NASA Juno probe will be inserted into Jupiter's orbit. ULg with the CSL and LPAP are directly associated with this mission.

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INTRO STARESO 2015 The Mediterranean is sufferingExceptional biological observations and singular meteorological events were recorded at STARESO (Underwater and Oceanographic Research Station) during 2015.
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.

 

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Les mutations du droit familial 
3/27/17

Le droit familial international évolue vite ces dernières années. Des règlements européens issus d’horizons divers clarifient certaines matières comme le divorce international et la garde des enfants, mais les Etats demeurent les principaux décideurs.

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Alzheimer’s: when you don’t know that you know… 
3/15/17

A study examines the way patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease predict their own memory performance.

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Fields under the watchful eye of observation satellites 
2/17/17

By combining satellite images and crop-growth models, it is now possible to predict agricultural harvests. This means that farmers will be better-informed enabling them to improve their productivity and crop yields.

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Dolphins, whales and human pollution 
2/13/17

Two articles published at the beginning of this year in Environmental Pollution, one devoted to the Florida dolphins, the other to the humpback whales of Reunion Island, remind us of the impact of our pollution on marine mammals.

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Carp express a form of fever 
2/9/17

The fish express a form of fever induced by the same molecule that triggers fever in humans.

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La médiation, en mode investigation 
2/9/17

Issu d'une réflexion de longue haleine un collectif, dirigé par Christine Servais, interroge sous de multiples angles la médiation, notion omniprésente dans notre société mais restant à ce jour plus complexe qu'il n'y paraît de premier abord

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