The objective of the project is to study bioflotation as an alternative to solvent extraction to separate and purify neodymium from electronic waste in solutio.
The company CMD-Coat S.A., born from a collaboration between the GIGA (GIGA-Cardiovascular), the CHU (cardiology service) and the ULiège chemistry department, was officially born this 25th March.
The director of the GIGA-Cardiovascular of ULiège and of the cardiology department of the CHU of Liège is rewarded for his major contributions in the field of cardiac diseases.
A multidisciplinary team of GIGA researchers has detected significant amounts of DNA streaks in the lungs of patients who died from Covid-19, which could explain the severity of some cases.
This new semi-quantitative threshold should make it possible to standardize and improve the management of patients with ADPKD suspected of having a cyst infection.
Emerging research has shown that hospitalized patients with COVID-19 have a high risk of developing thrombotic events (the formation of disabling or fatal blood clots).
Congratulations to all researchers obtaining a new FNRS mandate !
Congratulations to Cécile, head of the Cardiology laboratory (GIGA-Cardiovascular), for this great recognition after 20 years of research in this field!
A GIGA team discovers that a drug used in coronary artery disease is also a potent antibiotic against resistant bacteria strains.
Patrizio Lancellotti and Philippe Kolh, clinicians of GIGA-Cardiovascular are among the top 1% by citations for clinical medicine in Web of Sciences.
The team of Prof. Patrizio Lancellotti and Dr. Cécile Oury (GIGA-Cardiovascular) publish the results of a major study in the prestigious journal JAMA Cardiology.