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    A new imaging approach for monitoring cell metabolism

    today - Mediacom Scientists at EPFL have used a new imaging technique to monitor how glucose, our main energy source, is used in the body. Their findings may have great implications for diseases like diabetes.

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    Ibois at the ACADIA 2014 conference in Los Angeles

    yesterday - Chair of Timber Construction Christopher Robeller, researcher at Ibois, will be from 23rd to 25th October 2014 at the ACADIA 2014 Conference (Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture 2014 International Conference) in Los Angeles (California, USA) to present the paper: “Snap-fit joints - Integrated mechanical attachment for structural timber panels”.

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    An IEEE Student Branch team wins the 3rd prize at Hack Zurich 2014

    yesterday - IEEE Student Branch The team Minoropus, made up by Roger Küng, Georgios Christodoulou, Jérémie Rappaz and Jérémy Rabasco, represented IEEE Student Branch and EPFL at Hack Zurick 2014, 10-12 October, and won the third prize with their project.

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    A five minutes video about the Venice Time Machine (Nouvo, RTS)

    20.10.14 - Digital Humanities Laboratory A team from TV programme Nouvo (RTS) went to Venice in order to document the Venice Time Machine project. On site, they also interviewed the students from the Digital Humanities Venice Fall School. You can find the videos here.

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    When Emotions Control Objects

    20.10.14 - Mediacom Dimming a light, immersive playing on a computer, and tracking yoga exercises in real time – sensors developed by SmartCardia use various vital signs to transmit data to a host of everyday objects.

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    19.10.14 - Laboratory for architecture as form Stocktaking: Taking measure of our relative advancement

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    New postdoc opening in Signal Processing

    17.10.14 - Signal Processing Laboratory 4 New postdoc opening for January 2015.

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    Marc Gruber hosts workshop on entrepreneurship for the unemployed

    17.10.14 - Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization Chair Professor Dr. Marc Gruber and his team hosted a one-day workshop at Odyssea to discuss public programs designed to alleviate local unemployment by helping unemployed people transition to successful entrepreneurship.

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    MOOC Manifesto: Current State and Perspectives

    17.10.14 - Massive open online courses Moocs Eight provocative positions are put forward, in hopes of aiding policy-makers, academics, administrators, and learners regarding the potential future of MOOCs in higher education. Co-edited by Pierre Dillenbourg, CEDE, EPFL.

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    New Paper on Optimized Adaptive Streaming

    17.10.14 - Signal Processing Laboratory 4 Optimal Selection of Adaptive Streaming Representations, accepted for publication in ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing Communications and Applications

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