Towards a more affordable analysis of air pollution
EPFL scientists have developed a new method for chemical analysis of fine particles that they plan to extend on a large scale – including in developing countries – through an Innosuisse innovation grant award and a new startup.
Brain fingerprints help doctors detect neurological disease
An EPFL scientist has found that brain fingerprints – or maps of the neural connections within our brain – can be used to detect a decline in cognitive ability. That’s because the fingerprints are harder to detect in people who already have mild cognitive impairment.
“You learn things better when you work out the answer for yourself”
Frédéric Blanc, an EPFL senior scientist specialized in particle physics, has been named best teacher in the physics section. In the general physics class he gives to first-year students, the focus is on interactive lectures and hands-on demos.
"Building bridges between the biomedical and EPFL communities"
Gaspard Pardon joined EPFL in March this year as Head of the newly created Bioengineering and Technology platform at the AGORA Translational Cancer Research Center, where one of his first tasks is to bring life into the empty labs of the core facility. We spoke to him about his role, challenges and vision.
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Jurys et exposition des projets de master 2021
Nous avons le plaisir de vous convier aux jurys finaux et à l’exposition des projets de master en architecture de l'EPFL. Pour la première fois, cet événement académique majeur se tiendra au Rolex Learning…
With: Étudiants EPFL Architecture
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