JULY 2014


A thesis has analyzed the rate at which environment protection policy is being integrated into the CAP. It shows that respect for the environment has increasingly become a condition of financial aid.


For the first time, astrophysicists have observed X-ray pulsations from a massive star. A new and surprising discovery which raises new questions.


According to a study carried out at ULg, they are very open to same-sex marriage and LGBT parenting.


With his group Pale Grey, the musician and student will be playing at the majority of the festivals in Wallonia. Portrait of a young man with a double life.


For Culture, Denis Saint-Amand draws up an inventory of the various procedures which fall under the French word ‘détournement’: satire, parody, caricature, collage.


For Culture, Bastien Martin takes a quick look at 13 unmissable films for the summer holidays … if the weather sends you indoors.


During the 15th and 16th centuries, an ideology took shape among the people of letters at the court of France known as Franco-Italia, changing the Peninsula into a new France.


What would it be like to see life in blue? It would probably not be such a bad idea because the colour blue accentuates those regions of the brain involved in emotion processing and cognition.


It’s once again time for the Rencontres Internationales de Théâtre Universitaire which offers the public another chance, for a few days, to go round the world from the comfort of your chair.


The TOM-Sling is a new system of urethral compression. At the end of April, it obtained the EC conformity marking, an essential requirement for the launch of a product on the market.

JUNE 2014


 Château de Colonster, Bât. B25, Allée des Erables à 4000 Liège (Sart Tilman)

Il a été attribué à la titulaire d’un master en Science politique (relations internationales) de l'ULg, ce 26 juin au château de Colonster.


Culture takes a look at Chômeur Blaster, a game created by Liège game producers, which falls somewhere between a traditional video game and a militant serious game.


Valentin Fischer, a ULg geologist and palaeontologist, has just been awarded a 10,000 euro grant from the Vocatio Foundation.


Some fifty or so members of the ULg Community suggest, on the Culture site, texts which really mean something to them, in literature, essays, poetry, comic strips, etc. Happy reading!


Researchers from Liege have demonstrated the importance of microRNAs in the regulation of genes involved in the control of cortical neuron migration.
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