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    06.03.18 — Laboratory of Experimental Rock Mechanics Dr Carolina Giorgetti focuses her research on the mechanics of brittle faulting through the integration of structural geology and experimental rock mechanics. Read the whole article
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    06.03.18 — Structural Xploration Lab 9 March 2018 - Saint Gobain, 18 avenue d’Alsace, 92400 Courbevoie Read the whole article
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    06.03.18 — Library The Library presents the new ebook collections for Architecture & Urban studies : Read the whole article
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    06.03.18 — Library More journals in the fileds of Social Sciences and Humanities are now available online for EPFL community. Read the whole article
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    06.03.18 — Library The EPFL Library Gold Open Access fund subsidized a first textbook. Read the whole article
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    06.03.18 — Chair for Green Economy and Resource Governance Prof. Bruno Oberle gave his speech as the planery discussant member of SRIC Froum 2018. Read the whole article
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    06.03.18 — Microsystems Laboratory Congratulations to Songmei Wu and co-authors for their publication in the Journal of Nanobiotechnology "Nanostructured surface topographies have an effect on bactericidal activity" Read the whole article
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    06.03.18 — CDM | Management of Technology The paper of Prof. Morellec, “Agency Conflicts around the World”, is coauthored with Boris Nikolov and Norman Schuerhoff from the University of Lausanne, and has been accepted for publication in the Review of Financial Studies, one of the top three journal of this field. Read the whole article
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    06.03.18 — Mediacom A team from EPFL and NCCR MARVEL has identified more than 1,000 materials with a particularly interesting 2D structure. Their research, which made the cover page of Nature Nanotechnology, paves the way for groundbreaking technological applications. Read the whole article
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    05.03.18 — SB | Basic Sciences Chaperones are specialized proteins in the cell that help other proteins to reach their functional 3D shapes, which correspond to the states preferred at thermodynamic equilibrium. But a new study by EPFL, UNIL and INSERM (France) scientists shows that chaperones can also maintain proteins in non-equilibrium states, potentially altering their fate. The work is published in Nature Chemical Biology. Read the whole article