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Le CHU et l’ULg reconnus Centre Médical d’Excellence de la FIFA  

11/05/2016

La Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) a évalué l’expertise des structures d’accompagnement des sportifs, amateurs et de haut niveau, mises sur pied conjointement par le CHU et l’Université de Liège et leur a attribué le label de Centre Médical d’Excellence officiel de la FIFA.
AGROPTIMIZE : nouvelle start-up transnationale de la «Smart Agriculture»  

10/05/2016

La société est le fruit d’une collaboration inédite d’une société commerciale française, d’un centre de recherche luxembourgeois et d’une université belge.
Life elsewhere in the Universe? A new nearby planetary system could bring soon the answer...  

02/05/2016

With the ULg’s robotic telescope TRAPPIST located in La Silla (Chile), three exoplanets similar to Earth have been detected. This discovery, issued in Nature, is a world first because the study of the atmospheres of these exoplanets is within the reach of telescopes, which finally makes it possible to search for life around another star.
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