Tissue engineering using mechanobiology and robotic micromanipulation
A team of EPFL engineers has discovered a strategy to shape living tissues like dough.
Machines don't understand being wet
Assistant Professor Antoine Bosselut, who joined EPFL in September, was recently named one of Forbes Magazine’s prestigious ‘30 under 30 Europe in Science and Healthcare’ for his research in Natural Language Processing on whether AI systems learn common sense from language?
“We're part of the cryptocurrency ecosystem.”
A group of EPFL students has developed a system for making speculative investments in decentralized finance. Their startup, called APWine, raised nearly $5 million in cryptocurrency in a fundraising round this spring.
“Understanding the economy is understanding society”
Paula Cacault is the Head of Operations of the Enterprise for Society (E4S) center, facilitating research projects and helping develop the center’s activities, such as a new master’s program that will help train the next generation of leaders to guide society through this time of transition.
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Campus Lecture with Carl Zimmer: Science and Policy During the Pandemic
Carl Zimmer is an award-winning New York Times columnist and the author of 14 books about science. His newest book is Life’s Edge: The Search For What It Means To Be Alive. Program 5:00pm : Introdution and welcoming…
With: Carl Zimmer, Mirko Bischofberger
Category: Conferences – Seminars
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