Technology Transfer Office
We work with EPFL researchers to turn their technologies into business opportunities that can benefit society - in particular by capturing and licensing EPFL’s intellectual property assets, managing collaborations with industry, and by accelerating the commercialization of early stage technologies.
EPFL partners with Stanford to advance life science research
Catalyze4Life, an Innovation Initiative of EPFL has partnered with the similar SPARK program at Stanford University to further advance its mission of fostering innovative research and technologies in the life sciences.
Science is keeping pace with marathoners
Thanks to sensors attached to their shoes, long-distance runners can harness the power of algorithms to analyze their stride. The algorithms, developed by EPFL spin-off Gait Up and tested in the Laboratory of Movement Analysis and Measurement (LMAM), are unmatched in terms of precision and the range of parameters measured, such as objective fatigue, cadence, strike angle and foot impact.