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See detailL'hôpital de jour gériatrique, un apport pour la Médecine Générale dans la mise au point et le suivi des troubles cognitifs
Berg, Nicolas; Giet, Didier ULiege

in Revue Médicale de Bruxelles (2010), 31(4), 309-314

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See detailL'hôpital de jour: théatre d'avant garde d'une psychothérapie institutionnelle en mouvement
Thiels, Tineke; Triffaux, Jean-Marc ULiege; Vos, Michel et al

in Revue des Hôpitaux de Jour Psychiatriques et des Thérapies Institutionnelles (2004), 6

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See detailL'hôpital déridé. Action organisée et compétence éthique en gériatrie
Vrancken, Didier ULiege

Book published by L'Harmattan (1995)

Cet ouvrage analyse comment la gériatrie a pu se développer d'un point de vue organisationnel et institutionnel dans différents hôpitaux francophones belges

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See detailL'hôpital et la question de la prise en charge: de l'assistance au service médical
Havelange, Carl ULiege

Scientific conference (1988, March 24)

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See detailL'Hôpital général de référence en Ituri : des normes sanitaires à la réalité
Karemere, Hermes; Porignon, Denis ULiege; et al

in Revue d'Epidémiologie et de Santé Publique = Epidemiology and Public Health (2008)

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See detailHorace, lecteur du livre V de Lucrèce (Satires, I, 3, 99-112)
Rochette, Bruno ULiege

in Latomus : Revue d'Etudes Latines (2001), 60(1), 16-20

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See detailHoratio - A Middle-Sized NLP Application in Prolog
Michiels, Archibal ULiege

Book published by L3 - Liège Language and Literature (1995)

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See detailHorizon 2022
Brunet, Sébastien ULiege; Pagano, Joseph; De Watripont, Mathias et al

Report (2013)

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See detailL'horizon de la violence asymbolique dans la pensée de Pierre Bourdieu
Krtolica, Igor ULiege

in Bojanic, Petar, Sibertin-Blanc, Guillaume (Ed.) De la terreur à l'extrême-violence (2014)

La philosophie politique contemporaine est marquée par un retour du questionnement sur la violence « sauvage » et « impolitique », abordée non plus comme origine archaïque de la violence politique ... [more ▼]

La philosophie politique contemporaine est marquée par un retour du questionnement sur la violence « sauvage » et « impolitique », abordée non plus comme origine archaïque de la violence politique (passage de la nature à la culture, du pré-symbolique au symbolique) mais comme violence extrême véhiculée par le développement du capitalisme néolibéral (retour de la nature dans la culture, de l’asymbolique dans le symbolique). Dans cet article, nous montrons que, d’après Bourdieu, les formes extrêmes de violence provoquées par le néolibéralisme actuel entraînent un risque d’effondrement des structures anthropologiques : ces formes de violence franchissent en effet un seuil impolitique, qui dissout les structures sociales objectives et les dispositions subjectives de perception, de pensée et d’action. En ce sens, nous suggérons que c’est précisément le danger d’un retour du refoulé impolitique qui permet d’expliquer le tropisme de Bourdieu vers l’État (national ou transnational), conçu comme le dernier rempart contre une violence extrême impossible à convertir dans une quelconque pratique sociale, et sa préférence ambiguë pour la violence d’État, perçue comme un moindre mal par rapport à la violence capitaliste. [less ▲]

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See detailHorizon Partitioning of soil CO2 sources and their Isotopic Composition (13C) in a Pinus Sylvestris
Goffin, Stéphanie ULiege; Parent, Florian; Plain, Caroline et al

Poster (2012, December 07)

The overall aim of this study is to contribute to a better understanding of mechanisms behind soil CO2 efflux using carbon stable isotopes. Given (i) the interest of conducting in situ studies with soil ... [more ▼]

The overall aim of this study is to contribute to a better understanding of mechanisms behind soil CO2 efflux using carbon stable isotopes. Given (i) the interest of conducting in situ studies with soil multilayer analysis and (ii) the benefits of isotopic tool to improve mechanistic understanding, these two approaches are combined. Quantifying the origin and the determinism of 13CO2 and 12CO2 production processes in the different soil layers using the gradient-efflux approach is the main goal of this work. To meet this one, the work includes an experimental setup and a modeling approach. The experimental set up (see also communication of Parent et al., session B008) comprised a combination of different systems, which were installed in a Scot Pine temperate forest at the Hartheim site (Southwestern Germany). Measurements include (i) half hourly vertical profiles of soil CO2 concentration (using soil CO2 probes), soil water content and temperature; (ii) half hourly soil surface CO2 effluxes (automatic chambers); (iii) half hourly isotopic composition of surface CO2 efflux and soil CO2 concentration profile and (iv) estimation of soil diffusivity through laboratory measurements conducted on soil samples taken at several depths. Using the data collected in the experimental part, we developed and used a diffusive transport model to simulate CO2 (13CO2 and 12CO2) flows inside and out of the soil based on Fick’s law. Given the horizontal homogeneity of soil physical parameters in Hartheim, we treated the soil as a structure consisting of distinctive layers of 5 cm thick and expressed the fick’s first law in a discrete formalism. The diffusion coefficient used in each layer was derived from (i) horizon specific relationships, obtained from laboratory measurements, between soil relative diffusivity and its water content and (ii) the soil water content values measured in situ. The concentration profile was obtained from in situ measurements. So, the main model inputs are the profiles of (i) CO2 (13CO2 and 12CO2) concentration, (ii) soil diffusion coefficient and (iii) soil water content. Once the diffusive fluxes deduced at each layer interface, the CO2 (13CO2 and 12CO2) production profile was calculated using the (discretized) mass balance equation in each layer. The results of the Hartheim measurement campaign will be presented. The CO2 source vertical profile and its link with the root and the Carbon organic content distribution will be showed. The dynamic of CO2 sources and their isotopic signature will be linked to climatic variables such soil temperature and soil water content. For example, we will show that the dynamics of CO2 sources was mainly related to temperature while changing of isotopic signature was more correlated to soil moisture. [less ▲]

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See detailHorizons in Endocrinology, Volume II
Geenen, Vincent ULiege; Maggi, Mario

Book published by Raven Press (1991)

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See detailHorizons nouveaux pour l'analgésie postopératoire
Lauwick, Séverine ULiege; Kaba, Abdourahmane ULiege; Joris, Jean ULiege

in Revue Médicale de Liège (2008), 63(S1), 2-9

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See detailHorizons numériques : de la culture et des médias. Introduction et animation des débats.
Tomasovic, Dick ULiege

Conference (2016, November 25)

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See detailHorizontal And Vertical Co2 Advection In A Sloping Forest
Aubinet, Marc ULiege; Heinesch, Bernard ULiege; Yernaux, Michel ULiege

in Boundary-Layer Meteorology (2003), 108(3),

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See detailHorizontal canopy gap occlusion at the Tiputini Biodiversity Station, Amazonian Ecuador.
Salvador-Van Eysenrode, D; Bogaert, Jan ULiege; Impens, I

in Proceedings of the Second International Canopy Conference - Forest canopies: global perspectives (1998)

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See detailHORIZONTAL EVALUATION METHOD FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS DIRECTIVE HEMICPD
Lor, Marc; Vause, Kevin; Dinne, Karla et al

Report (2010)

A. Context One of the objectives of the European Construction Products Directive (CPD) is to harmonize the technical specifications with regard to dangerous substances and construction materials ... [more ▼]

A. Context One of the objectives of the European Construction Products Directive (CPD) is to harmonize the technical specifications with regard to dangerous substances and construction materials. Construction products could emit or contain dangerous substances that have been defined as dangerous substances under Commission directives and national regulations. In the future construction products may only be placed on the market in the European Union if they accord with the (second generation) harmonized technical specifications including health aspects and bear the CE mark. B. Objectives The goal of this research project is to improve the flow of knowledge and information vis-à-vis normalisation activities in the domain of indoor air measurements, indoor product emission testing, labeling and certification by proposing an evaluation method and standardized assessment methods for a harmonized approach relating to emissions from building materials into indoor air for implementation in Belgium. This approach will comply with current European harmonizing efforts ongoing on European level. C. Conclusions  International tendencies as well as national developments indicate the growing importance of building material emission testing  Harmonisation of governmental schemes to assess volatile organic emissions in the context of the CPD is necessary to obtain transparency  The topic of different limit values in different countries is a difficult problem to solve  It was demonstrated that it is possible with alternative methods (µ-chamber and FLEC) to achieve a qualitative and quantitative correlation with the reference method. However there is a need to extend this comparative study to more materials  The important influence of the quantification procedure on the emission results was demonstrated  The possiblity to investigate microbial resistance of building materials with the so called µ-chamber technique was demonstrated  A twofold methodology for the odour determination of building materials was developed: a quantitative method based on intensity and a qualitative method based on hedonic scale. Furthermore the basis for the development of an electronic nose specific for evaluation of building materials was laid down  A possible evaluation scheme for Belgium on the basis of AFSSET/AgBB/prEN15052 was proposed with two modifications: - Time path modification (7 or 10 days) - Prescreening with alternative method (< 20 L) D. Contribution of the project in a context of scientific support to transfer of knowledge and innovation This research project for implementation of the essential requirement “Hygiene, health and the environment” of the Construction Products Directive has besides its informative and sensitizing role also performed a supporting role in the development of new innovative low emission construction products. The research project has also ensured a Belgian input in the validation work of the draft standard "Emissions into indoor air" - WI 351009 - Construction products - Assessment of emissions of regulated dangerous substances from construction products - Determination of emissions into indoor air” in development in working group 2 of CEN/TC 351. Furthermore this research project has lead to the development of new innovative test methods tailored to the specific needs of construction products. [less ▲]

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See detailHorizontal Evaluation Method for the Implementation of the Construction Products Directive (HEMICPD)
Lor, Marc; Vause, Kevin; Dinne, Karla et al

Poster (2007)

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See detailHorizontal evaluation method for the implementation of the construction products directive - emissions from construction products into indoor air
Lor, Marc; Vause, Kevin; Dinne, Karla et al

in 9th International Conference and Exhibition on Healthy Buildings 2009 (2009, September)

Worldwide different (mostly voluntary) approaches exist to evaluate emissions from construction products. The importance of the relation between construction products and health & environment is ... [more ▼]

Worldwide different (mostly voluntary) approaches exist to evaluate emissions from construction products. The importance of the relation between construction products and health & environment is highlighted in the mandatory European Construction Products Directive (CPD). One of the objectives of the European Construction Products Directive (CPD) is to harmonize the technical specifications with regard to dangerous substances and construction materials as stated in the Essential Requirement N°3 “Hygiene, health and the environment” (ER3). The Belgian Building Research Institute (BBRI) is involved in the implementation of ER3 by participation in standardisation work on CEN (CEN/TC 351) and EOTA (EOTA PT9) level. This paper presents first results of ongoing BBRI research activities in collaboration with VITO (Flemish Institute for Technological Research) and ULg (Université de Liège) concerning “horizontal evaluation method for implementation of the CPD (HEMICPD)”: http://www.bbri.be/go/hemicpd. [less ▲]

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See detailHorizontal gene transfer from Eukarya to Bacteria and domain shuffling: the alpha-amylase model
Da Lage, J. L.; Feller, Georges ULiege; Janecek, S.

in Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences : CMLS (2004), 61(1), 97-109

alpha-Amylases are present in all kingdoms of the living world. Despite strong conservation of the tertiary structure, only a few amino acids are conserved in interkingdom comparisons. Animal alpha ... [more ▼]

alpha-Amylases are present in all kingdoms of the living world. Despite strong conservation of the tertiary structure, only a few amino acids are conserved in interkingdom comparisons. Animal alpha-amylases are characterized by several typical motifs and biochemical properties. A few cases of such alpha-amylases have been previously reported in some eubacterial species. We screened the bacterial genomes available in the sequence databases for new occurrences of animal-like alpha-amylases. Three novel cases were found, which belong to unrelated bacterial phyla: Chloroflexus aurantiacus, Microbulbifer degradans, and Thermobifida fusca. All the animal-like alpha-amylases in Bacteria probably result from repeated horizontal gene transfer from animals. The M. degradans genome also contains bacterial-type and plant-type alpha-amylases in addition to the animal-type one. Thus, this species exhibits alpha-amylases of animal, plant, and bacterial origins. Moreover, the similarities in the extra C-terminal domains (different from both the alpha-amylase domain C and the starch-binding domain), when present, also suggest interkingdom as well as intragenomic shuffling. [less ▲]

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