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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.

livres greco-romains

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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Sierra Leone facing Ebola
Containment in Sierra Leone: the inability of a State to confront an Ebola outbreak. A paper pulished in The Lancet.

Verly TEDx Liège

Jacques Verly @TEDx Liège
From Sputnik to Beanie Babies & CubeSats to OUFTI. Jacques Verly, Engineer at the University of Liège's Montefiore Institute, comes back to the fabulous history of the CubeSat OUFTI.

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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From electrical networks to neural networks 

In May 2014, a team of seven researchers from the 'Systems and Modelling' Research Unit at the University of Liège won the 'Neural Connectomics Challenge'. How did the adventure begin?

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Les eaux souterraines en Belgique 

Il manquait un ouvrage  décrivant les nappes aquifères tant du nord que du sud du pays. Le voici, utile bien sûr aux professionnels du secteur. Mais le curieux y trouvera aussi de quoi s’enrichir.

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“Let’s live my village”, in search of the Wallonia countryside 

Distinguishing the country from the town has become difficult. In Belgium, there tends to be some confusion in relation to this question.

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Competition for patents in 19th century Belgium  

In Belgium’s early days in the 19th century, industrial development was accompanied by inducement to improve and innovate. The number of patent applications exploded, and at one point Belgium had more patent applications per inhabitant than any country in the world.

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Digital technology may make microscopes obsolete 

A bioinformatics software created at Liège has caused a stir in the world of pathology. In research, teaching and clinical use, a small revolution is underway that could make optical microscopes a thing of the past.

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Public markets in the process of transformation 

What changes will be brought about by the new reform of public markets voted for last January by the European Union? Ann Lawrence Durviaux reveals several likely changes and identifies many challenges ahead…

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