Since the 19th century, universities’ raison d’être has been to achieve societal impact through high-quality education and research . In this globalised world, with its ever increasing human population and pressure on ecosystems, our societies become more and more dependent on new and reliable knowledge and on a highly educated workforce . In academia, the […]Read More My personal point of view as an early-career research scientist.
An international team led by researchers from the University of Liège used underwater audio recordings for understanding fish diversity in the Mediterranean Sea. The research team included a MSCA-COFUND postdoctoral fellow (Dr. Marta Bolgan) based in the European leading laboratory in the field of functional morphology of fish sound production mechanisms (MORFONCT; Prof. Eric Parmentier) and […]Read More SONATA FOR TELEOSTS: FISH SOUNDS AS PROXIES TO LEARN ABOUT THE DIVERSITY OF SPECIES