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    25.03.11 — EPFL Publications Infoscience According to the Cybermetrics Lab, Infoscience is in the lead among academic repositories around the world. Read the whole article
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    25.03.11 — Research Office Projects Dendritic cell chemotaxis in 3D under defined chemokine gradients. Read the whole article
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    25.03.11 — IC | Computer and Communication Sciences Honorary professor Martin Hasler will give his Lecture of Honor before his retirement on the 1st of April – the story of 36 years at EPFL, the last ten at IC, a School he contributed to creating. Read the whole article
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    25.03.11 — Mediacom After an eventful start, SwissCube has sent back its first pictures. The first-ever Swiss satellite, in space for one year, will finally have fulfilled its mission thanks to the beneficial intervention of two students, and support from RUAG Space, as well as from the Swiss Confederation, CSEM, Loterie Romande, EOTEC, Bobst, the town of Le Locle and EADS-Astrium. This is a story of technological prowess. Read the whole article
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    24.03.11 — Mediacom Kurt Wüthrich, Susanne Suter and Patrick Aebischer will today discuss the role and the place of science in Swiss politics. Read the whole article
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    24.03.11 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Flying robots swarm to the task of disaster rescue" published in CNN Read the whole article
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    23.03.11 — Soil Mechanics Laboratory A new 3.5 years project entitled: “GRETEL – Part II: Geotechnical Reliability of Thermo-piles Energy storage in soils” is now starting. It is granted by EOS Holding Read the whole article
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    23.03.11 — Research Office Projects Cancer lessons from mice to humans. Read the whole article
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    23.03.11 — Mediacom Helium droplets measuring just a few nanometers that have been associated with a highly excited atom have recently been observed for the first time. These nanodroplets, the theoretical existence of which was predicted around fifteen years ago, are the object of a new field of study and experimentation for basic research. Marcel Drabbels and his colleagues are taking part in this research by associating the drops with sodium, which they excite with a laser to form a stable system. Read the whole article
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    22.03.11 — SV | Life Sciences This one-day symposium is taking place on May 30, 2011 at the EPFL School of Life Sciences. Registration open... Read the whole article