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    20.12.11 — Mediacom The decision has been made: Switzerland will make do without the atom. EPFL’s magazine presents a special edition that helps better understand the challenges Switzerland will face and describes its options for facing them. Read the whole article
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    20.12.11 — SB | Basic Sciences The 2011 Taiwan Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities by Continent for Chemistry published at the end of November, puts the Institute of Chemical Sciences and Engineering (ISIC) at the third place in the lists of the most important chemistry academic research centers in Europe. Read the whole article
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    20.12.11 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to listen to the report broadcasted by Deutsche Welle in the "Spectrum" audio show on science and technology. Maja Varga and Felix Schill are interviewed about the Smavnet project. Read the whole article
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    20.12.11 — Mediacom Sustainability, clean energies, responsible architecture and engineering—just some of the fields explored by the ENAC researchers. Here’s a selection of the year’s headlines. Read the whole article
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    19.12.11 — NCCR-Synapsy We have the pleasure to present you our second Newsletter. Read the whole article
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    18.12.11 — Mediacom A new tool to calculate the orientation of a satellite with respect to the Earth, developed by EPFL students, will be on board a European Space Agency rocket scheduled to launch in March 2012. This will be an opportunity to test the tool in ideal microgravity conditions. Read the whole article
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    16.12.11 — SV | Life Sciences EPFL’s School of Engineering (STI) announced the first results of its Quantitative Ranking of Engineering Disciplines (QRED) - a discipline-specific ranking of universities world-wide. This purely bibliometric analysis of Bioengineering departments finds EPFL Bioengineering in 3rd place worldwide. Read the whole article
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    16.12.11 — Mediacom EPFL scientists have created 18-karat gold that’s harder than tempered steel and virtually unscratchable. Read the whole article
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    15.12.11 — Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship Prof. Dominique Foray will share his expertise in the "Innovation for Growth" group to support the Europe 2020 strategy. Read the whole article
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    15.12.11 — Mediacom Images sent from space, diffusing low-tech mines, composite materials for lighter cars, and smaller and more efficient electronics are some of the headlines from the School of Engineering this year at EPFL. Read the whole article