Loop Medical develops needle-free device for collecting blood samples
Loop Medical, based at EPFL’s Innovation Park, has just closed a $6.4 million financing round to support the US market entry of its needle-free blood-sampling device.
Artificial intelligence helps speed up ecological surveys
Scientists at EPFL, the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research and Wageningen University & Research have developed a new deep-learning model for counting the number of seals in aerial photos that is considerably faster than doing it by hand. With this new method, valuable time and resources could be saved which can be used to further study and protect endangered species.