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    27.06.18 — Mediacom The Center for Artificial Muscles was inaugurated this morning at Microcity in the presence of Jean-Nathanaël Karakash, the Neuchâtel State Councilor for the Economy and Social Action, and Martin Vetterli, the President of EPFL. The Center will allow EPFL – working first with the Bern University Hospital (Inselspital) and then with the Zurich University Hospital – to develop a less invasive cardiac assistance system for treating heart failure. Read the whole article
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    27.06.18 — Library Mathematical journals located in the Library basement (PER1 to PER599) are now available on loan for 3 days renewable. Read the whole article
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    25.06.18 — SB | Basic Sciences Scientists from EPFL show that photo-excited polyatomic molecules maintain their coherence in motion while undergoing spin changes within ultrashort timescales. Read the whole article
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    25.06.18 — Resilient Steel Structures Laboratory June 28 2018, 10h45 - Room GC B2 424 Seismic Performance Assessment of Industrial Facility Atmospheric Liquid Storage Tanks Read the whole article
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    25.06.18 — Civil and Environmental Engineering PhD Jan Brütting from the Structural Exploration Lab, SXL is a winner of the Mobility Award, May 2018 Read the whole article
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    25.06.18 — EPFL Magazine ORGANOIDS FOLDER 3/3 – Research on organoids at EPFL has given rise to several spin-offs that have brought their know-how to other laboratories both in the private and public sectors. Some are working on ways to improve how these micro-organs grow, while others are producing tools that will be used to observe them. Read the whole article
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    25.06.18 — EPFL Magazine ORGANOIDS FOLDER 2/3 – Three researchers tell us about their projects. Their research topics are totally different but all involve organoids. Read the whole article
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    25.06.18 — EPFL Magazine ORGANOIDS FOLDER 1/3 – Organoids, which are miniaturized organs no bigger than a pepper seed, have been revolutionizing stem-cell research for the past ten years, bridging the gap between in vitro and in vivo. They offer unparalleled prospects for personalized medicine, cancer treatment and disease modeling. EPFL has just joined forces with Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV) for a new study involving this technology, which has already given rise to several startups on the EPFL campus. Read the whole article
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    25.06.18 — Mediacom EPFL researchers have developed a simulator that can calculate the performance of wind farms over 30 years while also factoring in the need to preserve local biodiversity. Tested at a site in the Carpathian Mountains in Romania, the simulator could be applied to the Swiss Jura region, which has a similar landscape. Read the whole article
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    23.06.18 — Human-Oriented Built Environment Lab Dusan Licina, Head of the Human-Oriented Built Environment Lab (HOBEL) at smart living lab, has just received the Ralph G. Nevins Physiology & Human Environment Award at the ASHRAE Annual Conference on 23-27.06.2018 in Houston. Read the whole article