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English official account of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne. En français: EPFL celebrates its 50th anniversary:
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In a groundbreaking study, scientists used precision geospatial analysis techniques to show that obesity and the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages are more prevalent in some parts of Geneva than others.
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EPFL-ENAC Nov 18
Having access to mobile phone location data can prove crucial in understanding disease transmission dynamics, says a study from and . But this kind of information is still hard to come by.
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Math EPFL Nov 15
Did you miss the of ? Or want to enjoy it again? No worries! You can watch it here
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EPFL-ENAC Nov 14
Margaux Peltier, a scientific assistant , presents today her start-up projet in the finals of ClimateLaunchPad – the world’s largest competition for green business ideas. 🤞🍀
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EPFL-ENAC Nov 13
The next generation of ultra high-performance fiber-reinforced concrete (UHPFRC) has just been created The new material will be used to strengthen bridges and other structures – both new and old. 🏗️👷
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EPFL Nov 13
The team is developing an innovative protective suit to better empower health workers caring for patients infected by . Check out how you can support , & in their project:
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EPFL Nov 13
How can we predict and design materials for next generation technologies? Giulia Galli will present her research today at 4:15pm at Forum Rolex:
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EPFL Nov 13
Chemical engineers at have developed a new method for atomic layer deposition that can be used in materials with larger surfaces much more cheaply than current approaches, while preserving quality and efficiency.
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EPFL Events Nov 11
Alessio Figalli, Professor of mathematics at and recipient 2018, is at in front of a full Forum Rolex for his ‘From Optimal Transport to Soap Bubbles and Clouds: a Personal Journey’
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Martin Vetterli Nov 11
Full house tonight at the Forum Rolex for the campus lecture by the 2018 Fields Medal laureate Alessio Figalli () from - He presented a proof! Felt like a breath of fresh air! And we seem to share a passion for cartoons! ;)
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NCCR-MARVEL Nov 12
Don't miss the chance to hear 's Giulia Galli tell an atomic-level story of how we can predict and design materials for next generation technologies, tomorrow :
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Phys.org Nov 12
Nitrous oxide emissions set to rise in the Pacific Ocean
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EPFL Nov 12
An , and research published in shows that the acidification of the Pacific Ocean in northern Japan increases the natural production rate of N2O, an ozone-depleting greenhouse gas.
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EPFL Open Science Nov 11
"Good for scientists, good for society" - Meet Dr Tara Nanut, particle physicist at and at . "Her story highlights the importance of making truly a reality." via
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EPFL Nov 11
Mathematics will be in the spotlight today at 5:15pm with the from , the 2018 Fields Medal laureate. Don’t miss this event: @EPFL_events
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EPFL Nov 9
A new research program will combine the specialist knowledge of the Swiss Finance Institute @ EPFL with insights from the School’s data scientists and digital trust experts.
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EPFL Nov 9
Researchers at EPFL have developed a novel way of predicting lightning strikes to the nearest 10 to 30 minutes and within a radius of 30 kilometers.
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EPFL Nov 8
EPFL startup has developed a professional networking app that contains only verified profiles.
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EPFL Nov 7
EPFL’s student bioengineering team has won the Grand Prize of the 2019 International Genetically Engineered Machine () competition, as well as the Best Environment Project - via
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EPFL Nov 7
Want to listen to an atomic-level story? In her on November 13th, Giulia Galli will focus on materials as enablers of innovation:
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