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    Innovation

    28.02.11 — SV Yann Barrandon et Henry Markram figurent parmi les professeurs EPFL dont les travaux de recherche sont amenés jusqu'au patient, pour le premier et constituent une première mondiale, pour le second... Read the whole article
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    Research

    28.02.11 — Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship Markus Simeth & Julio Raffo won an award for their paper: "What makes companies commit to Open Science" Read the whole article
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    Epfl

    28.02.11 — Soil Mechanics Laboratory Welcome to professor Puzrin (ETH Zurich) and professor Hueckel (Duke university, USA) Read the whole article
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    28.02.11 — SB | Basic Sciences EPFL is studying particle physics within the framework of the “Belle” experiment, located in Japan. Certain measurements of B-mesons are easier to perform there than at CERN, and enable improvements in the precision of the standard model. Read the whole article
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    Campus Life

    28.02.11 — Mediacom The Rolex Learning Center feature a very unusual game of chess! It will be host to the Chess Game, conceived by the artist Madelon Vriesendorp, whose chess-pieces are models of skyscrapers. Read the whole article
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    25.02.11 — Mediacom Researchers at EPFL have managed, thanks to a revolutionary measurement system, to quantify the performance of a ski jump in real conditions. Read the whole article
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    24.02.11 — Transportation Center This year, the Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC 2011) will proceed form the 11 may to the 14 may 2011 and will again take place at Monte Verita, Ascona (Ticino). The Swiss Transport Research conference try to act as a forum that brings together researchers using different approaches. Read the whole article
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    24.02.11 — SV | Life Sciences Prof. Ralf Schneggenburger's research group has made a step forward in understanding signal transmission in neuronal networks, thanks to new methods to molecularly influence the nerve terminal. Their innovative approach has been described in two consecutive articles in Neuron and may lead to new research methods for the neurosciences... Read the whole article
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    23.02.11 — Steel Structures Laboratory The Steel Structures Laboratory ICOM  is currently testing steel-concrete composite beams which make use of an innovative connection method to transfer the load between the steel and concrete. The study is part of the PhD thesis work of Dimitrios Papastergiou and is supervised by Prof. Dr. Jean-Paul Lebet. The beam test will last until end of April 2011. Read the whole article
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    23.02.11 — SV | Life Sciences Members of Prof. Felix Naef's Lab of Computional Systems Biology have been able to observe the role of a circadian clock in controlling liver function for the first time, thanks to an ultra-high throughput DNA sequencing technique... Read the whole article