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See detailLes 100 mots du symbolisme
Bertrand, Jean-Pierre ULiege; Aron, Paul

Book published by Presses univesitaires de France (2011)

Analyse du symbolisme en 100 mots-clés, de "Affiches" à "Zutisme".

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See detail100 zile pentru reusita perioadei postpartum (langue roumaine)
Hanzen, Christian ULiege

Scientific conference (2009, March)

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See detailA 100-Night Exoplanet Imaging Survey at the LBT
Zimmerman, Neil; Skemer, Andrew; Apai, Daniel et al

in Protostars and Planets VI Posters (2013, July 01)

In February 2013, the LEECH (LBTI Exozodi Exoplanet Common Hunt) survey began its 100-night campaign from the Large Binocular Telescope atop Mount Graham in Arizona. LEECH neatly complements other high ... [more ▼]

In February 2013, the LEECH (LBTI Exozodi Exoplanet Common Hunt) survey began its 100-night campaign from the Large Binocular Telescope atop Mount Graham in Arizona. LEECH neatly complements other high-contrast planet imaging efforts by observing stars in L' band (3.8 microns) as opposed to the shorter wavelength near-infrared bands (1-2.3 microns). This part of the spectrum offers deeper mass sensitivity for intermediate age (several hundred Myr-old) systems, since their Jovian-mass planets radiate predominantly in the mid-infrared. We present the science goals for LEECH and a preliminary contrast curve from some early data. [less ▲]

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See detailLes 1000 peuples de la fantasy
Tomasovic, Dick ULiege

Learning material (2015)

Textes et conception d'une exposition consacrée à l'univers de la fantasy.

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See detailLes 1001 utilisations d'une horloge parfaite
Nazé, Yaël ULiege

Article for general public (2014)

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See detail100km/h en 1899 : la voiture électrique de Jenatzy
Bozet, Jean-Luc ULiege

Scientific conference (2000)

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See detail100 000 ans de déchets nucléaires : le défi de la légitimité démocratique à long terme
Parotte, Céline ULiege

in Damay, Ludivine; Jacquet, Vincent (Eds.) La légitimité démocratique dans les pratiques politiques contemporaines (2020)

Qu’est-ce qui fait la légitimité d’une politique publique particulièrement sensible dans un régime démocratique ? La question est centrale dans des domaines technologiques hautement controversés comme les ... [more ▼]

Qu’est-ce qui fait la légitimité d’une politique publique particulièrement sensible dans un régime démocratique ? La question est centrale dans des domaines technologiques hautement controversés comme les nanotechnologies, les biotechnologies, les OGM ou encore le nucléaire. Le concept de légitimité est souvent le point d’entrée qui permet de réexaminer les systèmes de gouvernance, des politiques publiques et les technologies de gouvernement qui y sont développées. Ces technologies façonnent l’ordre social autant qu’elles sont façonnées par ce dernier (Jasanoff 2004). Cet article analyse la trajectoire de la politique publique de gestion des déchets hautement radioactifs à partir d’une étude de cas unique : celle du Canada. Il interroge l’évolution de 1950 à nos jours des approches stratégiques et institutionnelles qui permettent à un projet de gestion à long terme controversé, porteur d’incertitudes radicales, d’acquérir et maintenir sa légitimité démocratique. Cette étude de cas, comme celles de la Finlande ou de la Suède, est considérée comme particulièrement innovante en ce que les pratiques managériales de gouvernement reconnues comme légitimes ont été fondamentalement modifiées au fil des années (Fallon et al. 2012; Parotte 2018; Ramana 2013). [less ▲]

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See detail1019-Pentane measurement in man as an index of lipoperoxidation
Pincemail, Joël ULiege; Deby, C.; Dethier, A. et al

in Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics (1987), 18

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See detail1054: le mystère de l'étoile invitée
Nazé, Yaël ULiege

Article for general public (2002)

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See detail10Be dating of the Main Terrace level in the Amblève valley (Ardennes, Belgium): new age constraint on the archaeological and palaeontological filling of the Belle-Roche palaeokarst
Rixhon, Gilles; Bourlès, Didier; Braucher, Régis et al

Poster (2014, May)

It is still disputed whether very old archaeological and palaeontological remains found in the Belle-Roche palaeocave (eastern Belgium) pertain to the Early ( 1 Ma) or Middle ( 0.5 Ma) Pleistocene. Here ... [more ▼]

It is still disputed whether very old archaeological and palaeontological remains found in the Belle-Roche palaeocave (eastern Belgium) pertain to the Early ( 1 Ma) or Middle ( 0.5 Ma) Pleistocene. Here, in situ produced cosmogenic 10Be concentrations from a depth profile in nearby sediments of the Belle-Roche terrace (Amblève Main Terrace level) are used as an indirect solution of this chronological issue. The distribution of 10Be concentrations in the upper 3 m of this profile displays the theoretically expected exponential decrease with depth. Assuming a single exposure episode, we obtain a best fit age of 222.5 31 ka for the time of terrace abandonment. However, below 3 m, the 10Be concentrations show a marked progressive increase with depth. This distinctive cosmogenic signal is interpreted as the result of slow aggradation of the fluvial deposits over a lengthy interval. Modelling of the whole profile thus suggests that the onset of the terrace formation occurred at around 550 ka, with a sediment accumulation rate of 20 mm/ka. Based on two slightly different reconstructions of the geomorphic evolution of the area and a discussion of the temporal link between the cave and Main Terrace levels, we conclude that the fossil-bearing layers in the palaeokarst pertain most probably to MIS 14–13 (or possibly MIS 12–11) and the artifact-bearing layer to MIS 13 (or possibly MIS 11). This age estimate for the large mammal association identified in the Belle-Roche palaeokarst and the attribution to MIS 14–13 of a similar fauna found in the lowermost fossiliferous layers of the Caune de l’Arago (Tautavel) are in mutual support. Our results therefore confirm the status of the Belle-Roche site as a reference site for the Cromerian mammal association and the Early Palaeolithic industry in NW Europe. [less ▲]

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See detail10Be dating of the Main Terrace level in the Amblève valley (Ardennes, Belgium): new age constraint on the archaeological and palaeontological filling of the Belle-Roche palaeokarst
Rixhon, Gilles; Bourlès, Didier; Braucher, Régis et al

in Boreas (2014), 43

It is still disputed whether very old archaeological and palaeontological remains found in the Belle-Roche palaeocave (eastern Belgium) pertain to the Early (∼1 Ma) or Middle (∼0.5 Ma) Pleistocene. Here ... [more ▼]

It is still disputed whether very old archaeological and palaeontological remains found in the Belle-Roche palaeocave (eastern Belgium) pertain to the Early (∼1 Ma) or Middle (∼0.5 Ma) Pleistocene. Here, in situ produced cosmogenic 10Be concentrations from a depth profile in nearby sediments of the Belle-Roche terrace (Amblève Main Terrace level) are used as an indirect solution of this chronological issue. The distribution of 10Be concentrations in the upper 3 m of this profile displays the theoretically expected exponential decrease with depth. Assuming a single exposure episode, we obtain a best fit age of 222.5±31 ka for the time of terrace abandonment. However, below 3 m, the 10Be concentrations show a marked progressive increase with depth. This distinctive cosmogenic signal is interpreted as the result of slow aggradation of the fluvial deposits over a lengthy interval. Modelling of the whole profile thus suggests that the onset of the terrace formation occurred at around 550 ka, with a sediment accumulation rate of ∼20 mm ka−1. Based on two slightly different reconstructions of the geomorphic evolution of the area and a discussion of the temporal link between the cave and Main Terrace levels, we conclude that the fossil-bearing layers in the palaeokarst pertain most probably to MIS 14–13, or possibly MIS 12–11. This age estimate for the large mammal association identified in the Belle-Roche palaeokarst and the attribution to MIS 14–13 of a similar fauna found in the lowermost fossiliferous layers of the Caune de l’Arago (Tautavel) are in mutual support. Our results therefore confirm the status of the Belle-Roche site as a reference site for the Cromerian mammal association in NW Europe. [less ▲]

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See detail10e anniversaire du Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Liège : allocution
Bodson, Arthur ULiege

Speech/Talk (1997)

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See detail10th Diva user workshop
Watelet, Sylvain ULiege; Barth, Alexander ULiege; Troupin, Charles ULiege et al

Scientific conference (2016, October 03)

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See detailAn 11 - Year Overview of the belgian donor and transplant statistics bsed on a consecutive yearly data follow-up and comparing two periods : 1997 to 2005 versus 2006 to 2007
Van Gelder, F.; Delbouille, Marie-Hélène ULiege; Vandervennet, M. et al

in Transplantation Proceedings (2009), 41

Background. The Belgian Transplant Coordinators Section is responsible for the yearly data follow-up concerning donor and transplantation statistics in Belgium and presents herein a 10-year overview ... [more ▼]

Background. The Belgian Transplant Coordinators Section is responsible for the yearly data follow-up concerning donor and transplantation statistics in Belgium and presents herein a 10-year overview. Methods. The procurement and transplant statistics were compared between 2 periods: Period 1 (P1, 1997–2005) versus Period 2 (P2, 2006–2007). Results. The kidney and liver waiting lists (P1 vs P2) showed an overall decrease for a period of 2 consecutive years in P2; kidney ( 170 patients; 18%), and liver ( 83 patients; 34%). All other waiting lists (heart, lung, pancreas) remained stable. Mean ED further increased (P1 vs P2); 229 (P1) versus 280 (P2, 22.27%). Non–heart-beating donors were significantly ( 288%) more often procured in P2. Mean donor age was 37.9 17.8 years (P1) versus 46.5 19.9 years (P2), and mean organ yield per donor was 3.48 1.7 (P1) versus 3.38 1.8 (P2). Overall transplant activity per million inhabitants increased 21.1%. Conclusion. For 2 consecutive years, the Belgian statistics showed significantly increased donor activity with an impact on waiting list dynamics and transplantation. The mean organ yield per donor was not influenced despite an increased average age and change in reason for death. [less ▲]

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See detailLe 11 mars, quatre mois après
Goto, Kanako ULiege

Article for general public (2011)

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See detailLe 11 septembre : un cadeau pour l’extrême droite !
Jamin, Jérôme ULiege

Scientific conference (2005)

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See detail11-(4-methylpiperazin-1-yl)-5H-pyrido[4,3-b][1,5]benzodiazepine
Dupont, L.; Liégeois, Jean-François ULiege; Rogister, F. et al

in Acta Crystallographica. Section C, Crystal Structure Communications (1995), C51

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