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“My research is primarily about mathematical understanding”
First results from Muon g-2 experiment strengthen evidence of new physics
How will climate change affect hailstorms?
Indigenous Australians impacted by financial abuse need greater culturally appropriate support: new research
Helping soft robots turn rigid on demand
Study of 1918 Spanish flu highlights danger of hesitant, decentralized pandemic response
EPFL moves boldly into space with its CHESS satellites
Tough Metal-Ceramic Composites with Magnetic, Electrical and Thermal Functionalities
Dancing exoplanets challenge theories on planet formation
New planets found in unique system with CHEOPS
Rhythmic six-exoplanet system challenges theories of how planets form
CHEOPS finds unique planetary system
TRAPPIST-1’s 7 Rocky Planets May Be Made of Similar Stuff
Do benefits of Christmas outweigh its harms?
Record decline in global CO2 emissions – “thanks” to Corona
Federal Reserve Board announces approval of application by Bern Bancshares, Inc
Breaking rules of chemistry unlocks new reaction
Land management in forest and grasslands: how much can we intensify?
Scientists uncover antiviral protein that blocks coronavirus infection
Ecologists put biodiversity experiments to test
Minister Champagne travels to Lebanon and Europe
George Eustice speech on environmental recovery
Who’s evaluating Swiss landscapes?
A plant strengthener found to suppress insect pest populations, increases crop yields
How does an increase in nitrogen application affect grasslands?
Research reveals possibly active tectonic system on Moon
British Ecological Society announces journal prize winners
British Ecological Society announces 2020 journal prize winners
New research shows how malaria parasite grows and multiplies
CHEOPS space telescope takes its first pictures
Our carbon footprint is highly impacted by how we live
EPFL startups raise more than CHF 285 million in 2019
I’ll scratch yours if you scratch mine: how rats help each other out
One out of every two transplant recipients at risk of infection
Understanding what makes black pigment black
A Swiss satellite seeking out distant planets
NZ business leader in plant-based medicine earns PhD
CSL Continues to Advance R&D Capabilities
Local residents entertained, challenged and moved by ESRC Festival of Social Science
Switzerland: prepare for population ageing to maintain high living standards
Satellites are key to monitoring ocean carbon
Study finds prehistoric humans ate bone marrow like canned soup
MotoGP brings weekend of fun
Launched: Festival of Social Science programme for Coventry and Warwickshire
Interactive map developed by Stanford researchers shows nature’s contributions to people
This Nobel Prize makes EPFL’s astrophysicists proud
Awarded for his real-world teaching strategy
Introducing VPLanet: A virtual planet simulator for modeling distant worlds across time