Next-generation computer chip with two heads
EPFL engineers have developed a computer chip that combines two functions – logic operations and data storage – into a single architecture, paving the way to more efficient devices. Their technology is particularly promising for applications relying on artificial intelligence.
Aleksandra Radenovic, from the Balkans to Lake Geneva
Summer series: A calling for research. Aleksandra Radenovic, who heads the Laboratory of Nanoscale Biology in EPFL’s School of Engineering, spoke to us about her extraordinary life experience, which has made her into a researcher who values openness and close cooperation with her team.
Multicolor super-resolution imaging made easy
Scientists at EPFL have developed robust and easy-to-implement multicolor super-resolution imaging. The approach is based on the simultaneous acquisition of two spectral channels followed by spectral cross-cumulant analysis and unmixing. They exploit fluorophore blinking and spectral crosstalk for the generation of additional color channels with super-resolved images.