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A 3D printer made entirely at EPFL
Citizen scientists to rescue
Some urban commuters have no choice but to take their car
Machine learning cracks oxidation states of crystal structures
Cancer: immunotherapies without side effects?
Better planning can reduce urban heat island effect
First commercially scalable integrated laser and microcomb on a single chip
Scalable manufacturing of integrated optical frequency combs
A new collaboration points to future of data
New research division at PSI points to future of data
Pumped to assist heart with an artificial aorta
Helping to ensure EPFL is a Safe Space
“A universal definition of space sustainability is hard to find”
Crown ethers improve perovskite solar cell stability
A virus to identify small peptide mimics of antifreeze proteins
An artificial leaf made from semiconducting polymers
Networking and skill-building to fight against climate change
New connector for sustainable structures on Earth and in space
New model simulates tsunamis caused by iceberg calving
Secret to acquiring professional skills
Next-generation implants will be biodegradable and non-invasive
New Space Sustainability Rating Addresses Space Debris with Mission Certification System
Tailored optical stimulation for blind
New Imaging Center Pools Know-How of Five EPFL Schools
Artificial intelligence speeds land-use classification
Modeling friction between pages in a book
Technorama at EPFL: a “hands-on” exhibition to discover sciences
“Mars Mission” attracts more than 700 students from around world
Microscope reveals secrets of a material’s structure
New digital tool to improve visitors museum experience
Using light to monitor cancer
EPFL architecture students explore outdoor spaces in Geneva Canton
EPFL researchers put technology to work for global South
Filter membrane renders viruses harmless
Better choice of contraceptives can prevent breast cancer
Mass scale manipulation of Twitter Trends discovered in Turkey
EPFL articles, videos and photos can now be used freely by anyone
Green light on gold atoms
Moving one step closer to personalized anesthesia
Swiss Solar Boat competes with a revolutionary design
Untapped solar and wind potential in Swiss mountains
Which type of transportation user are you?
Engineered protein gives an energetic boost to cancer-fighting cells
Festivities kick off for Rolex Learning Center’s 10th anniversary
Bile acids trigger satiety in brain
Bile acids trigger satiety in brain
“The change in forests’ carbon role is a threat to climate”
Green light on gold atoms