L’empire napoléonien dans l’espace (vue synthétique jusqu’au Grand Empire de 1812) (Catherine Lanneau, ULg)
Grand Amphithéâtre de l'Institut d'Anatomie, rue de Pitteurs 20 à 4020 Liège
New courses, more teaching, student achievements, welcoming new faces … Ulg is innovative and open to the world.
This new course is offered by the Faculties of Medicine and Science in response to a specific demand for future radiopharmacists.
In order to respond to requests from front-line health workers, the Faculty of Medicine is offering this new programme, with a flexible timetable.
Muriel van Ruymbeke, Directrice de la Bibliothèque ALPHA – Réseau des Bibliothèques ULg : « Dans le doute, ne t’abstiens pas ! La relecture des restes romains de Theux à l’aide d’un système d’information archéologique »
Musée des Beaux-Arts et de la Céramique (rue Renier 17 à 4800 Verviers)
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