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Elsa Ducrot receives a "For Women in Science" award for her research on Trappist-1 and JWST

This prize is awarded by the L'Oréal Foundation to her for the research she conducted during her PhD on the Trappist-1 system at the Exotic Lab of the ULiège and on the JWST telescope during her post-doctorate at the CEA at Paris-Saclay.

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NASA-ESA Mars Sample Return

Emmanuelle Javaux (Early Life lab, UR Astrobiology) has been selected in the Mars Sample Return Rock Sample Team

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SPECULOOS discovers a potentially habitable super-Earth

University of Liège researchers discover a new planetary system around a particularly small and cool star.

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The first image of the James Webb Telescope unveiled

This telescope has been designed to answer essential questions about the Universe and to make revolutionary discoveries in astronomy. The University of Liege and its researchers are involved in this ambitious scientific space mission.

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Scientific scholarships

101 new FRS-FNRS research mandates at ULiège!

Among the scholarships awarded by the FRS-FNRS this year, 101 will finance research carried out by researchers from ULiège.

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Scientific Award

Presentation of the prestigious Francqui Prize to Veerle Rots and Michaël Gillon

The archaeologist Veerle Rots and the astrophysicist Michaël Gillon were awarded this morning the Francqui Prize 2021 and 2022 in the presence of HM King Philippe at the Palais des Académies. 

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Presentation of the prestigious Francqui Prize to Veerle Rots and Michaël Gillon

The archaeologist Veerle Rots and the astrophysicist Michaël Gillon were awarded this morning the Francqui Prize 2021 and 2022 in the presence of HM King Philippe at the Palais des Académies. 

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Recherche

Euregio Meuse-Rhine prepares for the Einstein Telescope

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.

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Michaël Gillon élu "Wallon de l'année 2021"

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.

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TRAPPIST-1 is five years old

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.

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ULiège astronomers contribute to the discovery of a new exotic world

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.  

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Identification of one of the first multicellular algae thanks to its chlorophyll fossilized for 1 billion years

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.

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