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In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

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  1. NEAR: Low-mass Planets in α Cen with VISIR

    Kasper, M.; Arsenault, R.; Käufl, H.-U.; Jakob, G.; Fuenteseca, E.; Riquelme, M.; Siebenmorgen, R.; Sterzik, M.; Zins, G.; Ageorges, N.; Gutruf, S.; Reutlinger, A.; Kampf, D.; Absil, Olivier; Carlomagno, Brunella; Guyon, O.; Klupar, P.; Mawet, D.; Ruane, G.; Karlsson, M.; Pantin, E.; Dohlen, K.
    ESO, in collaboration with the Breakthrough Initiatives, is working to modify the Very Large Telescope mid-IR imager (VISIR) to greatly enhance its ability to search for potentially habitable planets around both components of the binary Alpha Centauri, part of the closest stellar system to the Earth. Much of the funding for the NEAR (New Earths in the Alpha Cen Region) project is provided by the Breakthrough Initiatives, and ESO mostly provides staff and observing time. The concept combines adaptive optics using the deformable secondary mirror at Unit Telescope 4, a new annular groove phase mask (AGPM) coronagraph optimised for the...

  2. Migrants’ Access to Social Protection after Trump and Brexit: What Role for Sending Societies?

    Lafleur, Jean-Michel

  3. Phosphate Concentration and Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Colonisation Influence the Growth, Yield and Expression of Twelve PHT1 Family Phosphate Transporters in Foxtail Millet (Setaria italica)

    Stanislaus, Antony Ceasar; Hodge, Angela; Baker, Alison; Baldwin, Stephen A
    Peer reviewed

  4. Replace, reuse, recycle: improving the sustainable use of phosphorus by plants

    Baker, Alison; Stanislaus, Antony Ceasar;  Palmer, Antony J.;  Paterson, Jaimie B.;  Qi, Wanjun;  Muench, Stephen P.; Baldwin
    Peer reviewed

  5. The conservation of phosphate-binding residues among PHT1 transporters suggests that distinct transport affinities are unlikely to result from differences in the phosphate-binding site.

    Stanislaus, Antony Ceasar; Baker, Alison; Muench, Stephen P; Ignacimuthu, S; Baldwin, Stephen A
    Peer reviewed

  6. DIVA software and the cloud

    Troupin, Charles; Barth, Alexander; Watelet, Sylvain; Beckers, Jean-Marie

  7. Functional characterization of the PHT1 family transporters of foxtail millet with a novel Agrobacterium-mediated transformation procedure

    Stanislaus, Antony Ceasar; Baker, Alison; Ignacimuthu, I
    Peer reviewed

  8. Le TraceoLab de l'université de Liège: regarder les traces pour mieux comprendre l'outil

    Coppe, Justin; Tomasso, Sonja; Rots, Veerle

  9. Coupling MEDUSA Sediment model to iLOVECLIM (v1.1β) Earth system model

    Moreira Martinez, Santiago; Roche, Didier M.; Munhoven, Guy; Waelbroeck, Claire
    Due to the strong interactions between atmospheric CO2 and the evolution of climate, carbon cycle models are needed as part of climate models. CO2 influences the Earth's Energy budget which affects global temperatures and, while temperature affects solubility of CO2 in the ocean which affects global carbon storage in the ocean (38700 x 10^15 gC) and ocean floor surface sediments (1750 x 10^15 gC). Dissolved CO2 also affects Carbonate Compensation Depth (CCD) which may lead to chemical erosion of sediments and release of buried carbonates providing an extra source of dissolved inorganic carbon and total alkalinity into the ocean. One...

  10. Emmanchement des outils du Paléolithique supérieur

    Taipale, Noora; Rots, Veerle

  11. Apport de l’analyse tracéologique à la compréhension de l’assemblage lithique atérien d’Ifri n’Ammar.

    Tomasso, Sonja; Rots, Veerle
    Parmi les technocomplexes du Middle Stone Age nord-africain, l'Atérien et le Moustérien du Maghreb actuel ont surtout été étudiés d’un point de vue typologique et, plus récemment, technologique. En revanche, les données fonctionnelles sont extrêmement lacunaires. Cela malgré les informations qu'elles pourraient offrir en vue d’une meilleure compréhension de ces technocomplexes. Nous présentons ici les résultats d’une première étude fonctionnelle, entreprise sur les assemblages lithiques d’Ifri n’Ammar dans le but de comprendre l’utilisation et la préhension des outils de diverses morphologies. À plus grande échelle, l’objectif principal de cette recherche est d’améliorer et d’enrichir la compréhension des assemblages du MSA...

  12. The role of sediment resuspension in biogeochemical cycling across continental shelves

    Capet, Arthur; Meysman, Filip; Soetaert, Karline; Grégoire, Marilaure

  13. Remodeling of photosynthetic electron transfer chain architecture and regulations modes in the complex green alga Euglena gracilis.

    Cardol, Pierre

  14. Evolution of Photosynthetic Electron Transfer Components in Secondary Alga Euglena gracilis

    Cardol, Pierre

  15. Bioenergetics in microlagae. Electron transfer chains : structure, function & evolution.

    Cardol, Pierre

  16. From light capture to metabolic needs, oxygenic photosynthesis is an ever-expanding field of study in plants, algae and cyanobacteria.

    Cardol, Pierre; Krieger-Liskay, A.
    Peer reviewed

  17. Understanding the transformation of stone tool residues around the fire place: an experimental approach

    Cnuts, Dries; Tomasso, Sonja; Rots, Veerle

  18. Stress-induced unfolded protein response contributes to Zika virus-associated microcephaly

    Gladwyn-Ng, Ivan
    Accumulating evidence support a causal link between Zika virus (ZIKV) infection during pregnancy and congenital microcephaly. However, the mechanism of ZIKV- associated microcephaly remains unclear. We combined analyses of ZIKV-infected human foetuses, cultured human neural stem cells and mouse embryos to understand how ZIKV induces microcephaly. We show here that ZIKV triggers ER stress and UPR in the cerebral cortex of infected postmortem human foetuses as well as in cultured human neural stem cells. After intracerebral and intraplacental inoculation of ZIKV in mouse embryos, we also show that it triggers endoplasmic reticulum stress in embryonic brains in vivo. This perturbs...

  19. Fingerprinting archaeological glues using HS-SPME GC×GC-HRTOFMS: a new powerful method allows tracking glues back in time

    Cnuts, Dries; Perrault, Katelynn; Stefanuto, Pierre-Hugues; Focant, Jean-François; Rots, Veerle
    Peer reviewed

  20. tDCS in patients with disorders of consciousness

    Martens, Géraldine

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