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See detailDeuxième excursion géologique et botanique de la Société royale linnéenne, de Bovesse à Namur et à Dave, le 23 mai 1875.
Malaise, Constantin ULg

in Bulletin de la Société Royale Linnéenne de Bruxelles (1876)

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See detailLa Deuxième Guerre mondiale aurait-elle eu un impact sur la population rwandaise? Regard sur l'historiographie de ce tournant historique
Singiza, Dantès ULg

in Bulletin d'Information de l'Association Belge d'Histoire Contemporaine = Mededelingenblad van de Belgische Vereniging voor Nieuwste Geschiedenis (2013), Numéro 4

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See detailLa deuxième guerre mondiale dans la littérature de jeunesse
Delbrassine, Daniel ULg

in Enjeux : Revue de Formation Continuée et de Didactique du Français (2010), 79(Hiver), 97-118

Présentation du traitement des thématiques de la seconde guerre mondiale dans le roman et l'album contemporains destinés à la jeunesse

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See detailDeuxième mission de terrain dans la reserve de Yangambi
de Haulleville, Thalès ULg; Bogaert, Jan ULg; Beeckman, Hans

Scientific conference (2014, March 18)

Presentation of Thales de Haulleville's planned fieldwork during his second field mission.

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See detailDeuxième note sur l'extension de la notion du rapport anharmonique
Folie, François ULg

in Bulletins de l'Académie Royale des Sciences, des Lettres et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique (1878), 2e série, t. 45(2), 88-96

In projective geometry, the cross-ratio is the starting point of all theories of surveyors of modern history as Steiner and Chasles. This report leads in particular to the involution theory.

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See detailDeuxième rapport intermédiaire - Recherche ANACO : analyse et opérationnalisation de la problématique du confinement et de la mise à l’abri en Belgique.
Thiry, Aline ULg; Vanhaeren, Stéphanie ULg; Geukens, Nick ULg et al

Report (2011)

Ce deuxième rapport intermédiaire s’inscrit dans la première phase participative de la recherche ANACO. Pour rappel, cette recherche d’une durée de douze mois a pour objectif principal d’analyser la ... [more ▼]

Ce deuxième rapport intermédiaire s’inscrit dans la première phase participative de la recherche ANACO. Pour rappel, cette recherche d’une durée de douze mois a pour objectif principal d’analyser la problématique de la mise à l’abri/confinement en Belgique et d’aboutir à un plan d’action qui sera mis à la disposition des autorités et des acteurs de la gestion de crise et de la planification d’urgence. La première phase de la recherche, qui avait fait l’objet du précédent rapport, avait permis d’établir un état des lieux à la fois juridique et philosophique de la problématique de la mise à l’abri/confinement en Belgique. Elle consistait en une étude de la littérature accompagnée d’entretiens exploratoires. La phase participative de ce rapport permet d’approfondir les points-clefs relevés lors de la première phase exploratoire à l’aide d’une enquête de type Delphi. Ce rapport contient une première analyse des réponses au Delphi en ligne. Une structuration et une analyse plus poussée de ces résultats ainsi qu’une confrontation avec le public cible feront l’objet d’une troisième phase de recherche. Le rapport commence par un exposé de la méthodologie utilisée et une brève présentation du logiciel implémentant la méthodologie Delphi Mesydel et des caractérisques de l’échantillon. Les détails de l’enquête sont exposés en annexe. Dans un second temps, il sera exposé la synthèse des résultats obtenus lors des deux tours du Delphi en ligne ainsi qu’une brève présentation de l’étude de cas aux Pays-Bas. [less ▲]

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See detailDevA, a GntR-like transcriptional regulator required for development in Streptomyces coelicolor
Hoskisson, P. A.; Rigali, Sébastien ULg; Fowler, K. et al

in Journal of Bacteriology (2006), 188(14), 5014-5023

The gram-positive filamentous bacterium Streptomyces coelicolor has a complex developmental cycle with three distinct phases: growth of the substrate mycelium, development of reproductive structures ... [more ▼]

The gram-positive filamentous bacterium Streptomyces coelicolor has a complex developmental cycle with three distinct phases: growth of the substrate mycelium, development of reproductive structures called aerial hyphae, and differentiation of these aerial filaments into long chains of exospores. During a transposon mutagenesis screen, we identified a novel gene (devA) required for proper development. The devA mutant produced only rare aerial hyphae, and those that were produced developed aberrant spore chains that were much shorter than wild-type chains and had misplaced septa. devA encodes a member of the GntR superfamily, a class of transcriptional regulators that typically respond to metabolite effector molecules. devA forms an operon with the downstream gene devB, which encodes a putative hydrolase that is also required for aerial mycelium formation on R5 medium. S1 nuclease protection analysis showed that transcription from the single devA promoter was temporally associated with vegetative growth, and enhanced green fluorescent protein transcriptional fusions showed that transcription was spatially confined to the substrate hyphae in the wild type. In contrast, devAB transcript levels were dramatically upregulated in a devA mutant and the devA promoter was also active in aerial hyphae and spores in this background, suggesting that DevA might negatively regulate its own production. This suggestion was confirmed by gel mobility shift assays that showed that DevA binds its own promoter region in vitro. [less ▲]

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See detailDevant le forum de la perception interne. Sur les objets d’ordre supérieur III
Zincq, Aurélien ULg

Conference (2014, September 25)

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See detailDevastating Decline of Forest Elephants in Central Africa.
Maisels, Fiona; Strindberg, Samantha; Blake, Stephen et al

in PLoS ONE (2013), 8(3),

African forest elephants– taxonomically and functionally unique–are being poached at accelerating rates, but we lack range-wide information on the repercussions. Analysis of the largest survey dataset ... [more ▼]

African forest elephants– taxonomically and functionally unique–are being poached at accelerating rates, but we lack range-wide information on the repercussions. Analysis of the largest survey dataset ever assembled for forest elephants (80 foot-surveys; covering 13,000 km; 91,600 person-days of fieldwork) revealed that population size declined by ca. 62% between 2002–2011, and the taxon lost 30% of its geographical range. The population is now less than 10% of its potential size, occupying less than 25% of its potential range. High human population density, hunting intensity, absence of law enforcement, poor governance, and proximity to expanding infrastructure are the strongest predictors of decline. To save the remaining African forest elephants, illegal poaching for ivory and encroachment into core elephant habitat must be stopped. In addition, the international demand for ivory, which fuels illegal trade, must be dramatically reduced. [less ▲]

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See detailDevelop Managerail skills : leadership
Haine, Sabine ULg; Robert, Jocelyne ULg

Learning material (2014)

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See detailDeveloping a common Key Performance Indicators framework for biodiversity management in gypsum quarries throughout Europe for Eurogypsum
Pitz, Carline ULg; Mahy, Grégory ULg; Marlet, Christine

Conference (2014, August)

This study aimed to establish a common Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) framework to report biodiversity for the Gypsum Industry at the European level. An original approach of participatory process has ... [more ▼]

This study aimed to establish a common Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) framework to report biodiversity for the Gypsum Industry at the European level. An original approach of participatory process has been developed in order to integrate the different opinions and to reach a consensus framework between different stakeholders’ groups: Eurogypsum stakeholders, European and local authorities, universities and consulting offices, European and local associations for the conservation of nature and stakeholders from the mining sector. The strategy is based on five main steps: (i) To build a stakeholders’ network; (ii) ) To build a framework proposal to be submitted to stakeholders by selecting a maximum set of indicators based on the literature and reaching an agreement on indicators with Eurogypsum (Focus Group); (iii) Reaching a consensus framework with all the stakeholders and evaluating feasibility by a Delphi Policy survey, by the analysis of the Environmental Impact Assessments of the Gypsum Industry and by visiting three quarries; (iv) Final validation with Eurogypsum; (v) Creating indicators’ Factsheets and a Eurogyspum report to the destination of the public. The resulting framework contains eleven indicators which are the most acceptable set of indicators for all the stakeholders. It answers to European legislation and strategies for biodiversity. It is intended to improve sustainability in the quarries and to help managing biodiversity, to allow setting up of appropriate reporting systems. It is a flexible framework adaptable given the local context of each gypsum quarry in order to prove if a No Net Loss has been reached at a quarry’s scale. [less ▲]

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See detailDeveloping a common Key performance indicators framework for biodiversity management in gypsum quarries throughout Europe for Eurogypsum
Pitz, Carline ULg

Master's dissertation (2013)

This study aims to establish a common Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) framework to report biodiversity for the Gypsum Industry at the European level. An original approach of participatory process has ... [more ▼]

This study aims to establish a common Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) framework to report biodiversity for the Gypsum Industry at the European level. An original approach of participatory process has been developed in order to integrate the different opinions and to reach a consensus framework between different stakeholders’ groups: - Eurogypsum stakeholders - European and local authorities - Scientific panel : universities and consulting offices - European and local associations for the conservation of nature - Stakeholders from the mining sector The strategy is based on five main steps: (i) To Build a stakeholders’ network; (ii) To build a framework proposal to be submitted to stakeholders by selecting a maximum set of indicators based on the literature and reaching an agreement on indicators with Eurogypsum (Focus Group); (iii) Reaching a consensus framework with all the stakeholders and evaluating feasibility by a Delphi Policy survey, by the analysis of the EIAs of the Gypsum Industry and by visiting three European quarries; (iv) Final validation with Eurogypsum (meeting); (v) Creating indicators’ Factsheets and a Eurogyspum report to the destination of the public. The resulting framework contains eleven indicators which are the most acceptable set of indicators for all the stakeholders. It answers to European legislation and strategies for biodiversity. It is intended to improve sustainability in the quarries and to help managing biodiversity, to allow setting up of appropriate reporting systems. The aim is to maintain the biodiversity status of the gypsum quarries. It is a flexible framework adaptable given the local context of each gypsum quarry in order to prove if a No Net Loss has been reached at a quarry’s scale. [less ▲]

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See detailDeveloping a Global Food Security Policy
Paveliuc Olariu, Codrin ULg

in Advances in Agriculture & Botanics (2013), 5(3), 169-173

The world agrifood system continues to be in a vulnerable state as we fast approach the 2015 deadline for the Millennium Development Goal of halving the proportion of people suffering from hunger ... [more ▼]

The world agrifood system continues to be in a vulnerable state as we fast approach the 2015 deadline for the Millennium Development Goal of halving the proportion of people suffering from hunger. Although a number of countries have made important changes towards developing food related policies, at the level of the global community, the challenge of food (in)security has not been able push policy makers to develop a common solution to be applied, solution that could include the regional and national specificities registered around the world, while also integrating a global view of increasing agricultural productivity, higher farm competitiveness and without relinquishing the national or individual right for food governance. [less ▲]

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See detailDeveloping a multiple-level, multiple-perspective and multi-temporal approach to psychological harassment at work: model and case study.
Faulx, Daniel ULg; Blavier, Adelaïde ULg

in Travail Humain (Le) (2013), 2(76), 155-179

Over the past fifteen years, numerous studies have been conducted on the problem of psychological harassment in the workplace. Nevertheless, many challenges remain in this field, both on the scientific ... [more ▼]

Over the past fifteen years, numerous studies have been conducted on the problem of psychological harassment in the workplace. Nevertheless, many challenges remain in this field, both on the scientific level and in terms of intervention and diagnosis. One challenge in particular that remains is that of better observation of the complexity and evolution of situations, taking into account more than one perspective and allowing for several levels of understanding. In this article, we present a case study in which we question all the protagonists in an alleged harassment situation. The data are analysed according to the Liège model. The article presents new findings on the subject of the psycho-socio-managerial dynamics of harassment, particularly the existence of different sources of legitimacy for feeling harassed and the labyrinth of conflictual relationships and victim relationships. The implications of this model in terms of diagnosis and intervention are discussed at the end of the article. [less ▲]

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See detailDeveloping a safety culture : Incident Reporting system
Nyssen, Anne-Sophie ULg; Aunac, Sophie

Conference (2004)

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See detailDEVELOPING A TECHNIQUE FOR ULTRASOUND-GUIDED INJECTION OF THE ADULT CANINE HIP.
Bergamino, Chiara; Etienne, Anne-Laure ULg; Busoni, Valeria ULg

in Veterinary radiology & ultrasound : the official journal of the American College of Veterinary Radiology and the International Veterinary Radiology Association (2015)

An accurate method for guiding injections into the canine hip would facilitate diagnostic localization of lameness and targeted treatments. Ultrasound-guided hip injections are commonly used in humans and ... [more ▼]

An accurate method for guiding injections into the canine hip would facilitate diagnostic localization of lameness and targeted treatments. Ultrasound-guided hip injections are commonly used in humans and large animals. Aims of this prospective study were to describe ultrasound (US) anatomy of the adult canine hip and determine the feasibility and accuracy of intra-articular placement of injectate using US-guidance. Seven adult dogs were used to describe US anatomy, five dog cadavers were used to assess the feasibility of the injection technique and 11 dog cadavers were used to assess accuracy of injections. For the accuracy test, 22 joints were injected with iodinated contrast medium by three operators with different experience. With dogs in lateral recumbency, the hyperechoic femoral head surface was identified by following the femoral neck from the greater trochanter or the acetabular rim was localized by following caudally the ilium from the iliac wing. An anechoic gap between the femoral head and acetabular surface represented the joint. The capsule was visible as a triangular echoic structure and the femoral head articular cartilage appeared as an anechoic band. The needle was inserted axial to the greater trochanter and directed in a dorsolateral-ventromedial direction toward the joint space and then pushed through the capsule. Based on postinjection radiography, accuracy was 81.8% at first attempt and 100% at second attempt. This study indicated that US-guided injection is a feasible and accurate technique for injecting the adult canine hip. Future studies in live dogs are needed to assess safety and efficacy. [less ▲]

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See detailDeveloping an acoustic map of the north coast of moorea, French Polynesia: a roadmap for settling larvae
Berten, Laetitia ULg; Lecchini, David; Simpson, Steve et al

Poster (2010)

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