Lung-on-chip provides new insight on response to early TB infection
Developing a “lung-on-chip” model, EPFL scientists have uncovered new insights on the body’s response to early tuberculosis infections. The findings reveal the early events that take place during tuberculosis infection, and provide a model for future research into respiratory and other infections.
How American architects reinvented “liquid stone”
Roberto Gargiani, an architectural historian and professor at EPFL, has penned a new history of concrete in the United States from 1940 to 1970. Across three volumes, he explores the work of the time’s leading architects and reflects on the major breakthroughs that ushered in a new era of design and construction.