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    06.12.10 — Research Office Projects Structure‐function analysis points to a polynucleotide‐accommodating groove essential for APOBEC3A restriction activities. Read the whole article
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    06.12.10 — Mediacom EPFL researchers have developed a new, 3D numerical simulation that reveals the physics of how things break. Read the whole article
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    05.12.10 — Swiss Space Center List of the Semester/Minor/Master projects for the Spring 2011 at the Space Center EPFL is now available Read the whole article
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    05.12.10 — Laboratory of Quantum Optoelectronics First time realization of a multi-valued spin-switch in the solid state. Read Nature Materials publication on nature.com. Read the whole article
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    03.12.10 — Computational Solid Mechanics Laboratory LSMS is happy to invite you to a Conférence to be held by Prof. Demir Coker, Aerospace Engineering Department METU, Ankara, Turkey Dynamic frictional sliding between elastically deformable plates December 10, 2010, Room GC C3 30, 10 am Read the whole article
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    03.12.10 — Research Office Projects A Study of its Commuting Network. Read the whole article
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    03.12.10 — Mediacom The Swiss-Japanese Circle is organizing, in cooperation with EPFL’s Cultural and Artistic Affairs department, an event that will allow everyone to discover a form of Japanese traditional theater – Kyôgen. Read the whole article
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    02.12.10 — Research Office Projects How Human Capital Endowments Shape Market Opportunity Identification of Technology Start-Ups. Read the whole article
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    02.12.10 — Mediacom Surround sight has come to the camera. Inspired by the eye of a fly, EPFL scientists have invented a camera that can take pictures and film in 360° and reconstruct the images in 3D. Read the whole article
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    02.12.10 — Nanophotonics and Metrology The optical trapping of Au nanoparticles with dimensions as small as 10 nm in the gap of plasmonic dipole antennas is demonstrated. Single nanoparticle trapping events are recorded in real time by monitoring the Rayleigh scattering spectra of individual plasmonic antennas. Numerical simulations are also performed to interpret the experimental results, indicating the possibility to trap nanoparticles only a few nanometers in size. This work unveils the potential associated with the integration of plasmonic trapping with localized surface plasmon resonance based sensing techniques, in order to deliver analyte to specific, highly sensitive regions (“hot spots”). Read the whole article