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    09.02.15 — Mediacom EPFL spin-off Flyability was awarded one million dollars for its Gimball drone, whose applications for rescue missions won over the jury of a competition in the United Arab Emirates. Read the whole article
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    09.02.15 — NCCR-Robotics Flyability, a spin off company from LIS, EPFL and NCCR Robotics have won the first UAE Drones for Good competition with Gimball, the world’s first crash resilient drone. Read the whole article
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    09.02.15 — SB | Basic Sciences Professor Michael Grätzel has won the 2015 King Faisal International Prize in Science, recognizing his work in developing photo-electrochemical systems for solar energy conversion. Read the whole article
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    09.02.15 — Mediacom A new system of wireless microelectrodes aims to detect the location of epilepsy in the brain with high precision. This technique, under development at EPFL, is much less invasive than the current method. It will allow patients to go about their daily life while their brain activity is being monitored. Read the whole article
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    07.02.15 — IC | Computer and Communication Sciences The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) elects 67 members and 12 foreign members, among them Martin Vetterli, Professor at the EPFL School of Computer and Communication Sciences. Read the whole article
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    06.02.15 — Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics Laboratory Welcome to Prof. Serena Cattari Read the whole article
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    06.02.15 — Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics Laboratory Welcome to Matteo Zerbin Read the whole article
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    06.02.15 — Laboratory for Environmental Biotechnology directed by Christof Holliger and Julien Maillard Read the whole article
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    06.02.15 — SB | Basic Sciences Researchers from EPFL have studied the evolution of amyloid-beta and alpha-synuclein from peptides to fibrillar aggregates, and have mapped out how gradually the fibril’s stiffness increases in the process. Read the whole article
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    06.02.15 — Center for Neuroprosthetics 5 levels of clinical beds, but mostly the laboratories for a new EPFL chair in clinical neuroengineering. Read the whole article