The Walloon Einstein Telescope Conference was held on 18 March in the presence of several ministers and representatives of the municipalities concerned. It was an opportunity to take stock of this ambitious project.
Maître de recherches F.R.S-FNRS à l'Université de Liège, Michaël Gillon a reçu ce titre en reconnaissance de ses contributions scientifiques majeures dans les domaines de l'astronomie et l'astrophysique.
Just five years ago, astronomers led by Michaël Gillon, researcher at the University of Liège revealed the discovery of one of the most fascinating exoplanetary systems ever observed.
TOI-2257b is an exoplanet described as a temperate "mini-Neptune", about twice the size of Earth, orbiting a cool star in a highly elliptical orbit of 35 days.
A study conducted by researchers from the University of Liege that opens new perspectives in the study of the diversification of eukaryotes within the first ecosystems.
Michaël Gillon, Loïc Michel, Alice Mouton, Michaël Ovidio, Corentin Loron, Frédéric Kerff, Nicolas Sturaro and Damien Sluysmans, researchers at the Faculty of Science, are among the winners of the Academy's Science Class Awards 2021.
The James Webb Space Telescope, the new space giant, will be launched from Kourou at the end of this year. ULiège and its researchers are involved in this ambitious scientific project.
Le prix Francqui 2021, récompense scientifique belge la plus prestigieuse, a été décerné à Michaël Gillon, inlassable chercheur de vie extraterrestre.
A research team led by Laetitia Delrez from ULiège unexpectedly observed the transit of the third planet of the Nu2 Lupi system.
Among the scholarships awarded by the FRS-FNRS this year, 121 will finance research carried out by researchers from ULiège.
The prize is awarded for his pioneering research in exoplanetology and astrobiology, including the discovery of the TRAPPIST-1 exoplanetary system.
Precise measurements reveal that the exoplanets of the system discovered by ULiège researchers have remarkably similar densities, which provides new clues about their compositions.