An estimated 2,500 people formed a human chain in the streets around Brussels North station to sh...
Brussels has more than 28,000 bicycle commuters - an increase of about 12% in a year - according...
You, yes you, can be the last Jedi at the exhibition Star Wars: Identities, which comes...
You’ve locked yourself out of the house, and it’s midnight.
Liège astrophysicist awarded top French prize
University of Liège astrophysicist Yaël Nazé has received the Prix Jean-Perrin from the French Society of Physics.
The award highlighted her popularisation of massive stars and their interaction with the environment.
“Yaël Nazé takes advantage of the attraction that astronomy exerts on the public to catch the interest of people and lead them to other subjects such as chemistry or physics, but also art, or to the question of the place of women,” said the prize’s jury.
Nazé, who teaches science communication at the university, is the author of 10 books on astronomy and regularly speaks at conferences.