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How bacterial cords spread tuberculosis
A groundbreaking study reveals how Mycobacterium tuberculosis forms resilient cords within host cells, opening the way for a deeper understanding and innovative treatment of tuberculosis.
Treating tumors with engineered dendritic cells
Cancer biologists at EPFL, UNIGE, and the German Cancer Research Center (Heidelberg) have developed a novel immunotherapy that does not require knowledge of a tumor’s antigenic makeup. The new results may pave the way to first-in-kind clinical applications.
“I enjoy getting my hands dirty”
Adil Koukab spends most of his time with the hundreds of students who attend his classes and lab sessions each semester. His aim? To help prepare them for a “dazzling career.” His efforts are appreciated, as he has been named the best teacher in the electrical engineering section for 2023.
The brilliant careers of two Euler course alumni
Fifteen years ago, a group of talented children in French-speaking Switzerland were chosen to participate in EPFL’s first Euler course, an advanced course in mathematics. Two of them, Renaud Rivier and Shirley Ye, bear testimony to the program.
“The EPFL-ETHZ Challenge is like one big family”
The annual EPFL-ETHZ Challenge brings together students from the two schools to do battle on the ski slopes. Former participants Claire Payoux, Lucy Mayance and Michaël Tasev enjoyed the experience so much that they joined the organizing committee.
Campus Lecture: Jennifer Lewis
“Printing Soft and Living Matter in Three Dimensions” Jennifer Lewis Professor of Biologically Inspired Engineering Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences The ability to pattern soft and…
With: Jennifer Lewis
Professor of Biologically Inspired Engineering
Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Place and room: Forum Rolex
Category: Conferences – Seminars