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Scientists unlock nature's secret to super-selective binding
EPFL researchers have discovered that it is not just molecular density, but also pattern and structural rigidity, that control super-selective binding interactions between nanomaterials and protein surfaces. The breakthrough could help optimize existing approaches to virus prevention and cancer detection.
“In academia I have more intellectual freedom”
“Where are they now?” series Nada Amin is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Harvard University where she explores new ways of computer programming.
Bouncing back stronger after a setback
Linus Rösler picked up the 2022 award for the highest Master’s grade point average, with a score of 5.94. His passion for mathematics almost consumed him. But he didn’t let that put him off.
Initial energy-saving measures EPFL is taking to cope with the uncertainty arising from the energy crisis.
Congratulations to Sophie Rivara, EPFL PhD student, for her second place at the International Final of the “My Thesis in 180 Seconds” (MT180) competition which took place on October 6 in Montreal.
At the beginning of September, 12 students from the Lau’Sens interdisciplinary project participated in the international SensUs competition, which every year challenges students from all over the world to develop their own innovative biosensing systems.
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Femtech is here to stay and we are seeing progress in gender equity and advances in innovative solutions improving the quality of life of women every day. We are so proud of our cohort for pushing the boundaries and…
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