“When it comes to infectious diseases, we're still vulnerable”
An EPFL professor of Microbiology, Melanie Blokesch reminds us why we need to take infectious diseases more seriously – and be better prepared for future outbreaks.
PhD student wins award for major discovery in rock physics
PhD student Chiara Cornelio has demonstrated that a previously underestimated factor plays a significant role in induced earthquakes caused by hydraulic fracturing.
“Studying at EPFL doesn't mean you can't have other interests”
Per Wingaard Sjøqvist combines studying for a Master’s in mechanical engineering with competitive freeride skiing. By making sacrifices, he’s able to juggle two demanding yet complementary pursuits.
“Knowing something and teaching it are two very different things”
Bruno Correia, the head of EPFL’s Laboratory of Protein Design and Immunoengineering, has been named the best teacher in the life sciences and technology section for 2019 – just four years after giving his first-ever class.
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