Innovation improves people’s quality of life and provides solutions that help deal with grand societal challenges such as climate change or the population’s ageing. Additionally, innovation is essential to the health of the Swiss economy.
Today’s scientific research plants the seed for tomorrow’s innovations. However, science does not translate into innovation magically. That’s the reason why an Innovation Team is wholly dedicated to acting as an interface between academia and industry. Its fundamental mission is to ensure that EPFL’s research has a real impact by finding its way into society.
Tech4Dev builds bridges to leverage science & technology for sustainable impact.
Discover the labs involved in the in sports-related research and all the associated projects.
Space Innovation builds on the multi-domain relevance of space technologies to support the development of innovative projects in the space sector.
How student lead projects can help companies develop new products
EPFL’s Swiss Solar Boat team to test exciting new sensing technology with Swiss system and sensor leader Kistler via KNOVA, EPFL’s Open Innovation Platform.
EPFL startups forge ahead despite the economic headwinds
EPFL startups raised CHF 470 million in 2023 – a record figure if we exclude 2021, an exceptional year with three IPOs. A total of 23 startups were created in 2023, and over a third of them by women.
AMLD EPFL 2024 – Join us!
Excitement is building as we're just three weeks away from AMLD EPFL 2024! Check out the event schedule with 28 workshops, 43 tracks, poster sessions, an exhibition, keynote speakers, and more!…
Place and room: STCC 2 8020
Category: Conferences – Seminars