Dolphins of the bayDiscovering the bottlenose dolphins of North Patagonia. A great exercice of scientific popularization lead by Els Vermeulen, PhD student in oceanography.
Books of the Greco-Roman worldFrom discovery of the Papyri to the preservation of books.
A virtual exhibition offered by the CEDOPAL (ULg)
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After Fukushima, life in a prefabFrançois Gemenne, FNRS qualified researcher at the University of Liège, analyses the journey of the victims of Fukushima, in the refugees camps.
Archives of the deciphering page
La transparence, une tendance qui permettra de renforcer la confiance et la croissance dans l’e-business ? C’est en tout cas ce qui ressort des analyses présentées par Damien Jacob.
Embryonic cells, X chromosome, number of older brothers from the same mother: What is it exactly that influences our sexual orientation?
How to objectively characterize the dominant colour trends of a city. This is the challenge that a young architectural engineer set himself. The innovative method used opens up many possibilities.
We know that, for many of us, our humour changes with the seasons. But what about our brain function? It would seem that the brain too is susceptible to these changes.
Is using natural materials, such as sugar beet or wheat, to produce plastic really beneficial for the environmental? Not necessarily. Not right across the board, in any case!
Self-defining memories are becoming increasingly important in the treatment of patients suffering from unipolar depressive disorder.
We know a little more today about the disappearance of the ichthyosaurs at the end of the Cretaceous. A fascinating study on this subject has been published. It reads like a mystery novel whose ending remains open!
In a few decades, the majority of the world’s population will live in periurban areas. How can human activities in these areas be organised harmoniously?