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The Swiss Technical Institute Uses a Himalaya-Based Three Petabyte Storage System to Deliver New User Experiences with Montreux Jazz Festival Footage Milpitas,
Current methods for detecting life in a foreign environment rely on chemistry, but what if the life forms we’re looking for – like those that might be on other planets – don’t conform to our current notions of biological chemistry?
GENEVA, July 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- EPFL and the University of Geneva (UNIGE) are pleased to announce the appointment of John P. Donoghue.
EPFL researchers are using the electrical properties of a scanning electron microscope to change the size of glass capillary tubes -- Their method has already been patented as it could pave the way to many novel applications
Swiss scientists from the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) have developed a tiny blood-work laboratory that sits just under the skin and wirelessly transmits results to a patient’s physician.
Some 90,000 patients per year are treated for Parkinson's disease, a number that is expected to rise by 25 percent annually.
2 young EPFL scientists have developed a device that can create 3-D images of living cells and track their reaction to various stimuli without the use of contrast dyes or fluorophores
EPFL scientists have developed an algorithm to control light patterns called "caustics" and organize them into coherent images
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