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    today — Library The library remains open on Whit Monday. If you have any question, feel free to ask our assistants. Read the whole article
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    Research

    today — Laboratory of Architecture and Sustainable Technologies The next IDEAS LUNCH will take place on Wednesday 11 May 2016 at 12:30 in the IDEAS space (LE 0 10). Read the whole article
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    Research

    yesterday — SB | Basic Sciences Scientists from the Swiss Plasma Center at EPFL have published an extensive review on magnetic-fusion plasmas in Nature Physics. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — NCCR-Robotics NCCR Robotics offers financial assistance to women Master’s students studying in a robotics related field wishing to complete a 3-6 month internship at an NCCR Robotics laboratory. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — NCCR-Robotics NCCR Robotics offers financial assistance to take part in a 3-6 month collaborative project in a field related to the NCCR. Up to three scholarships of a maximum of 9,000 CHF will be awarded to cover living and travel costs. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — NCCR-Robotics We asked some of our professors how they got into robotics and what advice they would have for those hoping to follow this careers path. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — Equal Opportunities Office On the initiative of the Equal Opportunities Office and its Steering Committee and in partnership with the Red Cross, EPFL offers to its employees as of May 1st, 2016 an emergency childcare service. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — Center for Neuroprosthetics In collaboration with SUVA Care, the consortium of the European project “LEAP” will install and test in the SUVA Clinic in Sion the first CE marked robotic LEvitation Apparatus, a multidirectional low-inertia bodyweight-supporting rehabilitation robot that enables active gait training in a safe and natural environment. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — Mediacom EPFL researchers have discovered that the human brain suppresses the sensory effects of the heartbeat. They believe that this mechanism prevents internal sensations from interfering with the brain’s perception of the external world. This mechanism could also have something to do with anxiety disorders. Read the whole article
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    Innovation

    yesterday — Mediacom Cargo ships are among the leading sources of pollution on the planet. Starting in 2020, however, stricter sulfur emission standards will take effect. A low-cost solution for reaching the new targets may come from an EPFL start-up, which is developing a nanostructured filter for use in a ship’s exhaust stacks. Read the whole article