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    10.03.11 — Mediacom There will be quite a crowd on campus today! Around 1200 sixth-form students will be coming to find out more about the courses on offer. Over the next four days, no less than 2050 prospective students – a record number – will be visiting EPFL. Read the whole article
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    09.03.11 — SV | Life Sciences A new class of drugs for cancer chemotherapy has a surprising result – against malaria. Read the whole article
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    09.03.11 — SB | Basic Sciences “Young people and their world have changed, and we must adapt our methods of teaching accordingly.” This is the message from Philippe Gillet, Vice-President of EPFL for academic affairs, who has announced the nomination of two new Deans and several reorganizations. Read the whole article
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    09.03.11 — Mediacom A new class of drugs for cancer chemotherapy has a surprising result – against malaria. Read the whole article
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    08.03.11 — Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship Annamaria Conti has been appointed Assistant Professor at Georgia Tech University Read the whole article
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    08.03.11 — Mediacom “Young people and their world have changed, and we must adapt our methods of teaching accordingly.” This is the message from Philippe Gillet, Vice-President of EPFL for academic affairs, who has announced the nomination of two new Deans and several reorganizations. Read the whole article
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    07.03.11 — IC | Computer and Communication Sciences Ajay K. Verma, PhD graduate student from Professor Paolo Ienne, was awarded by the l'European Design and Automation Association (EDAA). Read the whole article
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    07.03.11 — Signal Processing Laboratory 5 On March 3rd Jean-Philippe Thiran has been promoted by the ETH Board to Associate Professor in Signal Processing at EPFL.  Read the whole article
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    07.03.11 — Mediacom Researchers from the Brain Mind Institute at EPFL and the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York have highlighted the crucial role played by a by-product of glucose – lactate – in the formation of long-term memory. This could lead to new therapeutic perspectives for some neurological disorders. Read the whole article
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    04.03.11 — Mediacom During the session of March 2nd and 3rd 2011, the ETH Board announced eight appointments concerning EPFL, among which were three new scientific personalities who will work at the Ecublens campus. Read the whole article