Tuesday, July 5, 2022

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Attacking lymphoma at the source

Non-Hodgkin lymphomas are cancers that affect white blood cells of the immune system called B-lymphocytes or B cells. These cells grow out of control...

EPFL scientists developed world’s first formic acid-based fuel cell

EPFL scientists along with GRT Group have developed the world's first coordinated power supply unit that can deliver power from formic corrosive, utilizing a power device...

A massive radio telescope for seeing the invisible

Radio astronomy is a subfield of astronomy that aims to detect and study celestial objects invisible to optical instruments – i.e., objects that are...

Scientists discovered a way to remove heavy metals from water

As per the World Health Organization right around 1 billion individuals don't approach clean drinking water, and that number is relied upon to increment...

New wireless patch for monitoring emergency-room patients

To make the right decisions, emergency-room doctors need to be able to continuously monitor their patients’ vital signs, including temperature, pulse, blood pressure, blood...

A treasure trove for nanotechnology experts

Researchers from EPFL's Theory and Simulation of Materials Laboratory (THEOS) and from NCCR-MARVEL for Computational Design and Discovery of Novel Materials have been recognizing...

New super-resolution microscopy technique for both space and time

EPFL scientists have developed a new super-resolution technique that can perform spatial and temporal imaging, capturing unprecedented views inside living cells. The technique holds...

Halting cholera through a neighborhood response

The World Health Organization expects to destroy cholera by 2030. Through its guide, it means to reduce cholera deaths by 90% and keep the...

Novel needleless device that take blood without a needle

Scientists from the Loop Medical, an EPFL based startup are developing a needleless device to take pain-free blood samples at home. Through this device, users...

Identifying the risks of pesticide use in Burkina Faso

Poor pesticide hones in Burkina Faso represent a risk to human well-being and nature. An EPFL proposal has measured this issue out of the...

Epidemics: the end of containment measures?

Constraining populace developments amid a plague episode may not generally be the best approach. This sort of reaction may unfavourably influence a general public's...

Scientists discovered a new, dynamic view of chromatin movements

In cells, proteins firmly bundle the long string of DNA into pearl jewelry like buildings known as chromatin. Researchers at EPFL appear out of...

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