New material design tops carbon-capture from wet flue gases
Chemical engineers at EPFL have designed a material that can capture carbon dioxide from wet flue gasses better than current commercial materials. The work is published in Nature.
Predicting a protein's behavior from its appearance
Researchers at EPFL have developed a new way to predict a protein’s interactions with other proteins and biomolecules, and its biochemical activity, merely by observing its surface. The method, published in open-source format, opens up new possibilities for artificial protein design.
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Infinity Room 2 – ArtLab exhibition
This interactive exhibition celebrates the 50 years of EPFL and invites you to explore the school’s captivating history. Interactive visualizations bring an infinitude of perspectives from the School’s pioneering past…
With: Laboratory for Experimental Museology (eM+)
Place and room: ArtLab pavillon B
Category: Cultural events
FIRST LEGO League: compétition régionale à l'EPFL
Place and room: Forum du RLC – RLC E1 240
Category: Sciences Activities for Youth
With: See web page
Place and room: SV 1717
Category: Conferences – Seminars
Final of the competition "My Thesis in 180 seconds"
Place and room: Forum RLC
Category: Public Science Events