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    today — Library EPFL researchers and professors have recently been the targets of scientific phishing by telephone. Here are some tips to know what to do (and not do) if you become a victim of such practices. Read the whole article
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    today — Innovation On the 11th of July, the VPI was delighted to welcome Prof. Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and Founder of Grameen Bank on the EPFL campus. Read the whole article
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    today — Mediacom An app developed by an EPFL doctoral student suggests outings you’re sure to like – from sporting events to culture and outdoor fun. How does it work? The app is linked to a huge database of events and powered by a machine-learning algorithm that learns from your choices. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — IC in the news Florian Colombo, from the Computational Neuroscience Laboratory led by Wulfram Gerstner, discusses an algorithm capable of generating melodies based on a specific style of music. Currently only limited to certain styles, the project using artificial intelligence aims ultimately to be able to imitate any musical genre. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — Microsystems Laboratory LMIS-1 starts a new collaborative project in the field of advanced manufacturing, called CERAMIC X.0 on high-precision polymer derived ceramics Read the whole article
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    yesterday — Mediacom Answering a long-standing question, EPFL scientists have determined that the sense of body ownership is not affected in schizophrenia patients. Read the whole article
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    25.07.17 — Chemistry and Chemical Engineering PhD Andrzej Gladysiak Read the whole article
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    25.07.17 — Mediacom Researchers from EPFL, together with other institutes, have developed a robotic eel that swims through contaminated water to find the source of the pollution. The sensor-equipped robot can be controlled remotely or move on its own. In tests carried out in a small section of Lake Geneva, the robot was able to generate maps of water conductivity and temperature. Read the whole article
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    24.07.17 — Chair of Timber Construction Professor Yves Weinand will give a conference (in French) in the new timber pavilion of the Vidy theater on September 20th, 2017. Free entrance, with registration via forum@vidy.ch. Read the whole article
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    24.07.17 — Urban Sociology Laboratory The squats have disappeared from the Geneva landscape for 10 years. Le Temps returns to this period of bohemian cohabitation and interviews Luca Pattaroni, Senior Scientist at the Laboratory of Urban Sociology. Read the whole article