Exposing hiding lymphoma cells to the immune system
EPFL scientists uncover how cancer cells use certain proteins to shield themselves from immune attacks, offering new treatment perspectives with immediate application.
The School of Life Sciences fosters education, research and innovation at the interface of engineering and biology to advance the understanding of the living world and solve biomedical problems.
We offer a Bachelor and Master program in Life Sciences Engineering, a Master program in Neuro-X, as well as four Doctoral programs.
Our 58 research groups in 5 institutes operate at the interface of biology, basic sciences, computer sciences and engineering.
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