Located within the Sart Tilman University Campus in Liège, the Aquapole is a centre of research, development and expertise in water sciences at the service of public institutions and companies, both regional and international.
The laboratory carries out studies on the behavioural ecology of vertebrates under natural and experimental conditions through the study of social structures, communication systems, reproduction strategies, biological rhythms, etc.
The Laboratory of Animal Ecology and Ecotoxicology (LAEE) has devoted itself to the study of the ecology of aquatic environments and the anthropogenic disturbances that affect them.
Our team uses the fish as biological model to conduct fundamental and applied research in Management of Aquatic Resource and Aquaculture.
The LECA studies the ecology of amphibians and other freshwater organisms with a particular interest in the processes of intraspecific diversification, food webs and the effects of global changes on biodiversity.
MAST (Modelling for Aquatic Systems) is a research group led by Marilaure Grégoire. It is dedicated to the development of numerical ocean models to understand, predict and manage aquatic systems.
The Laboratory of Functional and Evolutionary Morphology has a long tradition in the study of animal musculo-skeletal systems by combining comparative and experimental methods of analysis, studies in the laboratory and in the field to describe and understand at best the relationships between the animal performance, its behavior and its environment.
Marine Sciences is a privileged field of research at the University of Liège. The Biological Oceanology Laboratory works in close collaboration with STARESO.
We study CO2, CH4, N2O and DMS exchanges between aquatic systems and the atmosphere.
The Aquarium is an ideal support for many researchers because it offers opportunities for observation and experimentation in the field of the biology of aquatic organisms, and in particular their behaviour.