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SEPTEMBER 2015

03/09/2015

 Cathédrale Saint Paul, Place Cathédrale à 4000 Liège

From 5 to 13 September 2015, the cloisters of Liège’s Saint-Paul’s Cathedral will host the annual exhibition of the University PhotoClub, IMAGE.

03/09/2015


Culture explores ten concerts taking place between 5 September and 4 October on the theme of ‘Music and Power(s)’.

01/09/2015


As we start the new academic year, on 23 September ULg is asking about its role in these changing societies, in light of evolving knowledge.
Sleep well to age well? 

01/09/2015


On 4 September, the Cyclotron research centre is organising a symposium to discuss the link between sleep and ageing.

01/09/2015


For Culture, Delphine Munos explores the fates of the two brothers, rivals and partners, protagonists in The Lowland, the latest book by Jhumpa Lahiri.

AUGUST 2015

31/08/2015


Two publications have demonstrated the impact that environmental factors can have on this important stage of development.

27/08/2015


An invitation to the entire university community to discover this new secure link for pedestrians and cyclists.

25/08/2015


A publication explores the links between them: multiple relationships at the heart of the romantic novel, the only genre capable of distorting and adulterating them.

25/08/2015


From Allan Poe to Robbe-Grillet, _Culture_ explores the characteristic traits of this literary sub-genre which distorts and parodies the codes of its traditional elder siblings.

24/08/2015


From Brazil, Chile, Indonesia, the Philippines, Russia, Turkey and Belgium: the first Erasmus Mundus Emerald graduates will be in Liège on 28/8.

24/08/2015


From 25 to 27 August, 350 secondary school science teachers (biology, chemistry, physics, geography) will undergo further training at ULg.

20/08/2015


On contact with a recipient cell, the microRNA transferred by the exosomes can modify their genetic response. This applies in the case of cancer cells.

19/08/2015


Situated 21 light years away, HD 219134b is the closest telluric planet to Earth currently known. No doubt it will also become the most widely studied.

17/08/2015


A study published in _Scientific Reports_, proposes models for estimating the carbon footprint of forests in Central Africa based on samples.

17/08/2015


Marco Martiniello and Robert Halleux received this distinction for their contribution to the reputation of the Cité Ardente.
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