- Issues: An article on ChatGPT and the opportunity that this conversational robot represents for teaching.
- Our Expert: Alison Forrester, professor and FNRS-qualified researcher, member of the NARILIS research institute, explains her research on the process of protein production.
- Eureka: Discover Specularia, a project that is part of a scientific and educational innovation process within the Department of Art History and Archaeology.
- Impact: Focus on the Printemps des Sciences, an event to discover, experiment and share the diversity of science and technology.
- Guest: Interview with our guest Thomas Gunzig, writer, scriptwriter and teacher. The full interview of Thomas Gunzig is available in English here...
- Far away: Meet Jelena Luyts, a doctoral student in geography, who is interested in population adaptations and environmental changes in rural Senegal.
- Tomorrow learn: Raising awareness among medical students to detect domestic violence.
- The day when: A look back at 10 years of master's courses in biomedical sciences.
- Alumni: Heading to Antarctica with Johan Barthelemy, alumni of the Mathematics Department. An expert in artificial intelligence, he recently took part in a mission to Antarctica to study the moss present on various sites and map them.
Enjoy your reading!
The other articles of this issue will soon be available in English. Stay tuned!