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    01.09.10 — Students Portal The mission of AGEPoly - the EPFL student association – is to defend the interests of all students, to inform and consult them. It also aims to spice up campus life and provide services to make students’ life easier. Read the whole article
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    01.09.10 — Environmental Engineering At large enough spatial and temporal scales, the hydrology of an alpine watershed may seem simple: entering precipitation is more or less balanced by the exiting streamflow. Zooming in and taking a closer look, however, reveals the system’s much more complex dynamics. Read the whole article
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    01.09.10 — Students Portal All CMS, Bachelor, Master or exchange students may print their registration certificates themselves for the autumn term 2010-2011. Read the whole article
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    01.09.10 — Research Office Projects The RSB project has developed a third-party certification system for biofuels sustainability standards, encompassing environmental, social and economic principles and criteria through an open, transparent, and multi-stakeholder process. Read the whole article
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    01.09.10 — Research Office Projects TOBI , is aimed to develop practical technology for brain-computer interaction (BCI) that will improve the quality of life of disabled people and the effectiveness of rehabilitation. Read the whole article
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    01.09.10 — Research Office Projects The FP6 project TOCSIN, directed by the Economics and Environmental Management Laboratory (REME), evaluated climate change mitigation options in China and India. Read the whole article
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    01.09.10 — Research Office Projects Antidiabetic drugs that activate the protein PPARγ had a bright start but soon lost their appeal because of undesirable side effects. Subtle modifications may once again make them suitable for treating diabetes. Read the whole article
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    01.09.10 — Research Office Projects Charge transfer to solvent identified using dark channel fluorescence-yield L-edge spectroscopy  at LSU (Laboratory of Ultrafast Spectroscopy) Read the whole article
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    01.09.10 — Research Office Projects The group of Prof. Martin Hasler (LANOS - Nonlinear Systems Laboratory) propose a method to optimize the reservoir considering the fact that one can construct a large matrix using Kronecker products of several small-size matrices.   Read the whole article
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    01.09.10 — Research Office Projects  Using a bioengineered substrate to recapitulate key biophysical and biochemical niche features in conjunction with a highly automated single-cell tracking algorithm, it is shown that substrate elasticity is a potent regulator of MuSC fate in culture.- LCSB ( Laboratory of Stem Cell Bioengineering) Read the whole article