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    01.12.10 — Geodetic Engineering Laboratory On Nov 25th 2010 sensors provided by EPFL-TOPO took part in the demonstration flight of the CLOSEARCH project. Read the whole article
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    01.12.10 — Institute of Urban and Regional Sciences Advanced generation biofuels are produced from biomass feedstocks that do not compete with food or reduce landuse change, but increase technical challenges for industrial production. Read the whole article
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    01.12.10 — SB | Basic Sciences At only thirty-six years of age, Nicolas Monod of EPFL’s Mathematics Institute has become one of the youngest scientists to be awarded an ERC Advanced grant in the history of the European organization. Read the whole article
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    01.12.10 — Research Office Projects Neuroprotection by Gene Therapy Targeting Does not Translate Into Therapeutic Benefit in fALS Mice. Read the whole article
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    01.12.10 — Mediacom Do ants hold the key to the fuel of the future? Formic acid provides more efficient and safer storage of hydrogen. It is an ideal way to store energy from renewable sources or to power 21st century cars. Read the whole article
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    01.12.10 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Piccoli automi evolvono" published in Le Scienze Read the whole article
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    01.12.10 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Les robots ne sont pas encore ce qu’ils étaient" published in SwissInfo Read the whole article
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    30.11.10 — Mediacom EPFL’s Lioubov Kiwi and her group are developing new reactors by using micro- et nano-technologies. Read the whole article
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    29.11.10 — SV | Life Sciences Carl Petersen's Lab of Sensory Processing just published a paper on Motor Control by Sensory Cortex in the November 26 issue of Science Magazine. Read the whole article
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    29.11.10 — SV | Life Sciences Denis Duboule is the 2010 awardee of the prestigious International INSERM Prize. This award honors his entire scientific career, among which his important discovery of Hox genes in mammals. Denis Duboule, worldwide specialist of genetics of development is a pioneer of research on Hox genes, or “architect genes”, responsible for coordinating body patterning during embryonic life. His discovery of Hox genes in mammals has allowed the expansion of a highly active research domain. To know more about Prof. Duboule's research, watch his EPFL Inaugural Lecture (June 2007) available on the EPFL School of Lie Sciences Video Channel. Read the whole article