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    today — IC in the news How to make humanitarian aid easier, such is the challenge that a group of IC students are trying to solve by having created the CharitApp application. It allows those in need to spread their cause at a larger scale and donors to know exactly what is going to happen with the money raised. Read the whole article
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    today — Mediacom EPFL fared well in the competition for European Research Council (ERC) grants in 2014 and 2015 within the Horizon 2020 framework, with 11 researchers winning an Advanced Grant. That translates into 2.5 million euros over five years for each of them. Read the whole article
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    today — SV | Life Sciences Working with researchers at the PSI and at the University of Utrecht, EPFL scientists uncover how a protein acts as a molecular "lid" to cap microtubules, thus regulating the length of centrioles. Read the whole article
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    today — Architecture, Criticism, History, and Theory In September 2015, OASE 94, devoted to the First Decade of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture and edited by Christophe Van Gerrewey and Véronique Patteeuw, was presented at the Kunsthal in Rotterdam. Read the whole article
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    today — Architecture, Criticism, History, and Theory Christophe Van Gerrewey wrote the introductory essay to the exhibition catalogue of 'OFFICE - Kersten Geers, David Van Severen. Everything Architecture'. Read the whole article
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    today — Architecture, Criticism, History, and Theory At the Fourth International Meeting of the European Architectural History Network in Dublin, 2-4 June 2016, Christophe Van Gerrewey will be part of the session 'Architectures of Waiting in the City'. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — Swiss Space Center Researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) have invented a new tool to understand gamma-ray bursts, the strongest emissions of energy in the universe. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — Mediacom The Brain Forum 2016 opened today and is generating massive interest among specialists as well as the general public: more than 1000 people have registered. Over the next two days, researchers, engineers, healthcare professionals, entrepreneurs, industrialists, investors, funding agencies and policy makers will meet at the SwissTech Convention Center in Lausanne (Switzerland) and contribute to translating brain science into tangible, accessible solutions. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — Laboratory for Quantum Magnetism EPFL and PSI are building a next generation neutron spectrometer. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — SV | Life Sciences EPFL scientists have determined that synapses in the hindbrain switch synaptotagmin isoforms as a strategy for optimizing speed and plasticity. Read the whole article