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    12.11.18 — Structural Xploration Lab baubüro in situ - November 29, 2018 - 15:00 - BC 01 Read the whole article
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    12.11.18 — IC in the news The CHUV joins forces with the Professor Jean-Pierre Hubaux of the EPFL. Read the whole article
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    12.11.18 — Basic Sciences | SB EPFL scientists have developed a uranium-based complex that allows nitrogen fixation reactions to take place in ambient conditions. The work lays the foundation to develop new processes for synthesizing nitrogen products like cyanamide. Read the whole article
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    12.11.18 — Urban and Regional Planning Community Researchers from the Urban and Regional community (CEAT) at EPFL are currently co-organizing a workshop in São Paulo on participatory mapping in the field of urban development. The workshop takes place in collaboration with the University of São Paulo and Università della Svizzera italiana.  Read the whole article
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    12.11.18 — Chair of Innovation and IP Policy Gaétan de Rassenfosse has been jointly awarded a grant by the prestigious National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). Read the whole article
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    11.11.18 — Sustainable campus From 12 to 30 November, EPFL invites all students, teachers and collaborators to participate in the Challenge Act for Change. The idea is, through simple actions, to experiment a more sustainable way of life on campus. This year, the theme is food. Read the whole article
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    11.11.18 — Chair of Innovation and IP Policy The Chair of IIPP of Prof. G. de Rassenfosse has received funding from the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property (IPI). Read the whole article
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    09.11.18 — Soil Mechanics Laboratory TRACÉS published an article dedicated to the pioneering work related to energy geo-structures of the Soil Mechanics Laboratory (LMS) at EPFL. Read the whole article
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    09.11.18 — Mediacom EPFL scientists have uncovered that next to estrogen receptor-positive and -negative cells, there are cells with very low amounts of the receptor protein. The discovery has significant implications for the role of the receptor in the growth and development of the breast and breast cancer. Read the whole article
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    09.11.18 — Laboratory of Nanobiotechnology Welcome Lin! Read the whole article