The University of Liège has developed a unique method of screening for coronavirus. It uses a self-swab kit, and is fully automated and inexpensive.
The video game Fluency Friends from the Leuven start-up SAY IT Labs may be able to help cure children with a stammer of their problem more quickly and easily in the near future – and it will even be f
Researcher Olivier Feron has discovered how fat stored in cancer cells makes the cells more invasive and increases the occurrence of metastases. The discovery has led to new cancer treatments.
Steven Laureys, a researcher at the University of Liège, has been awarded the Generet Prize for his research into improving the life of patients coming out of a coma with brain damage.
A team of researchers from ULiège and the VUB have reinforced the idea that sauropods, the largest prehistoric dinosaurs with their characteristic long necks, developed bone diseases such as cancers.
Researchers from the life sciences research institute in Flanders (VIB) and Ghent University (UGent) have used analysis algorithms from social networks to study intercellular communication.