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Science of getting and staying motivated
New device delivers single cells in just one click
Florian Breider: a passion for all things Japanese
Using air to amplify light
MIT researchers lead high school educational initiative on quantum computing
Fireflies shed light on function of mitochondria
Deep learning and metamaterials make invisible visible
“Simulation microscope” examines transistors of future
A titanate nanowire mask that can eliminate pathogens
SNSF awards two grants to EPFL for COVID-related research
Mathematical program helps perform more efficient radiosurgery
Mathematical program helps doctors perform more efficient radiosurger
Discovery shows promise for treating Huntington’s Disease
“We want to create a narrative out of all heterogeneous data”
Blood-thinner with no bleeding side-effects is here
Using viscous metals in micro fibers
New high-capacity embedded memories use half as much silicon
EPFL startup Insolight raises 5 million francs
Maartje Bastings, a scientist reaching for new heights
After a digital reboot, IGLUNA is still shooting for moon
Technology that makes it feel like you’re touching virtual objects
New recommendations to improve status of women faculty
Reinventing contemporary city, with Elena Cogato Lanza
Restoring mobility by identifying neurons that make it possible
Astrophysicists fill gaps in history of Universe
Blueprint for perfect coronavirus app
Using brain imaging to pierce mystery of human behavior
Using artificial intelligence to enhance complex systems
Light shaken and stirred to help autonomous vehicles better scan for nearby fast-moving objects
Shaking light with sound
Using magnetic worms to engineer nanoscale communication systems
Christophe Galland picks up good vibrations from photons
Nominations of EPFL professors 14 July
Brain ‘signature’ could help to diagnose schizophrenia
Transplantable lab-grown organs move a step closer
ClearSpace-1 mission kicks off
Maryna Viazovska, explorer of mathematical dimensions
A secure, decentralized search engine for journalists
New mathematical principle used to prevent AI from making unethical decisions
EPFL architecture students publish their designs in print
Ethics and AI: an unethical optimization principle
An ethical eye on AI – new mathematical idea reins in AI bias towards making unethical and costly commercial
Andreas Burg: taming imperfect chips
Andrea Ablasser wins Leenaards Foundation’s 2020 Science Prize
EPFL lab develops method for designing lower-power circuits
A new material for light-matter interactions
Showcasing reuse principles at a tram depot and sculpture park
Swiss federal government officially launches SwissCovid app