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Retreeva has developed an innovative solution for recovering the trace amounts of gold lost during production and returning it to the production cycle.
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Sustainability 101 – What are the SDGs ?
EPFL Tech4Impact and the student association GEHT are happy to present the Sustainability 101 – a series of lectures on EPFL campus to help us all understand the basic concepts around sustainability ! The topic of the…
Mit: Ambassador Christian Frutiger is Assistant Director General and Head of Global Cooperation at the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). He is responsible for five thematic global programmes at the SDC, which aim to solve global challenges relating to climate change, water, migration, public health and food security through policy dialogue at international level and by shaping a more inclusive form of globalisation that favours development.
Ort und Raum: SG 1138
Kategorie: Conferences – Seminars
RobustNest, an incubator designed especially for Sub-Saharan Africa
The project designed at ECAL for the GlobalNeonNat project led by EPFL's EssentialTech Center is garnering attention – and awards – at international design shows.
Flowbone receives a tech seed loan of 100K to prevent hip fractures
Founded in 2020, the EPFL startup Flowbone has developed a bioactive gel for the local treatment of osteoporosis, a disease that weakens bones. Directly injected into the areas to be treated, the gel restores bone strength within few weeks and prevents fractures. Thanks to the CHF 100’000 Tech Seed loan from FIT, flowbone will be able to acquire production equipment to pursue the company’s development.
Using space technology to solve sustainability challenges on Earth
The New Space economy is booming and is forecast to be worth $1 trillion by 2040. New space technologies, such as data from satellites, have a vital role to play in solving some of the sustainability challenges here on Earth. Space4Impact, a new EPFL startup led by Gaetan Petit, is harnessing this potential to connect New Space startups with non-space customers to help them create a more sustainable future.