The ULg has chosen inter-disciplinarity and partnership of the research units in order to develop a quality collaborative research, rich in diversity and differences, by also favouring the critical size through forming research centres to have access to international partnerships of high quality. It encourages researchers in particular to create spin-offs on the basis of their research findings and to guide their development.
Considerable efforts are made by the institution in order to enable the very high-level researchers that it employs, recruited in-house, but also from beyond the borders, to perform their research work in the best possible conditions:
The Research Council acts as a support to the authorities for drawing up this research and financing policy for important actions.
The ULg has been resolute in its desire to become involved in a Free Access policy, by putting PhD theses of its students online on the Internet (BICTEL/e Project), by inviting members of the ULg to deposit their scientific publications in order to enable the free circulation of them over the Internet (Digithèque Project) and by creating a publication portal of scientific periodicals of the ULg (POPuPS Ulg). Furthermore, it wishes to make science available to the general public through the scientific popularisation website Reflections
Contact(s) : Research and Development Administration