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22.11.13 — SB | Basic Sciences Scientists at EPFL have used scanning tunneling microscopy to detect rotational states of molecules for the first time. Read the whole article
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22.11.13 — Mediacom EPFL researchers have shown that copper is essential for the energy production of malignant cells, and that reducing its intake via food and water can slow down tumor growth. Read the whole article
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21.11.13 — Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship The event organized by the DETEC and the chair MIR of Prof. Matthias Finger, aims at bringing actors together who are working in the field of infrastructures. Read the whole article
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20.11.13 — AirBurr Reuters released a short documentary on the GimBall with an interview of Adrien Briod and Przemyslaw Kornatowski in a video titled "Flying 'Gimball' brings new impact to drone rescue technology". Read the whole article
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20.11.13 — AirBurr CNN features the GimBall robot in its series "The Art of Movement" in an article titled "GimBall: The flying robot that likes to crash". Read the whole article
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20.11.13 — AirBurr BBC News released an article and video titled "Flying insect-like robot Gimball can crash and recover" presenting the GimBall robot. Read the whole article
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20.11.13 — AirBurr Mashable published an article and video titled "Collisions Can't Stop Crazy Flying Robot-Insect" presenting the GimBall. Read the whole article
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20.11.13 — Massive open online courses Moocs Lancement d’OCÉAN, un portail international pour les MOOCs francophones ou FLOTs (Formations en Ligne Ouvertes à Tous) Read the whole article
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20.11.13 — AirBurr The New Scientist published an article and video titled "Crash-happy insect drone hits obstacles to help it fly" featuring the GimBall. Read the whole article
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20.11.13 — AirBurr Gizmag published an article titled "Gimball flying spherical robot takes collisions in its stride" on the GimBall robot. Read the whole article