Michaël Gillon, astronomer at the University of Liège, nominated in the 100 TIME list, the list of the 100 most influential people in the world for his recent discovery on the TRAPPIST-1 exoplanetary system
Font De Gaumes goes under X For the first time scientists, including researchers from the University of Liège, entered the cave with the latest technologies to further analyze the Palaeolithic cave paintings.
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.
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
Genes, photos and fossils: that's all that was needed to analyse the morphological evolution of Carangoid fishes. And to draw new conclusions regarding the pelagic environment as a factor of diversification.
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.
Fields under the watchful eye of observation satellites
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.
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.