Which fly stung the Balinese macaques from the Uluwatu temple, who steal and return their booty in exchange for food?
New observations made with the Kepler space telescope reveal the dynamic and fascinating architecture of the TRAPPIST-1 system.
Via the University of Liège's Library Network and its four large libraries, students and researchers have access to thousands of scientific periodicals and several million works, from the most recent publications to remarkable antiquarian collections which include some 6600 manuscripts, 500 incunabila, and several thousand books dating back to the XVth, XVIth and XVIIth centuries.
In addition to this printed collection, the Library Network has developed an extensive electronic library made up of more than 10,000 e-journal titles and e-books. Students and researchers also have access to international information networks and to over 160 online scientific databases. Additionally, it continues to implement its Open Access policy.
The Editions de l'Université de Liège were created to facilitate the publication and diffusion of university course notes, monographs and scientific periodicals among the university community.
Ten times a year, the Department of External Relations and Communication publishes the university newspaper Le 15e Jour du mois, also available online. The "15th" reports on the life of our university community, announces coming conferences and symposiums, and comments on institutional news.
The objective of the Reflexions website is to make science accessible to the general public and in particular to young people. An initiative of the Department of External Relations and Communication, it was launched in the Autumn of 2007.
Official documents presenting the University of Liège, its functioning, and its research activities may also be obtained at the Department of External Relations and Communication.