Thursday, February 2, 2023

EPFL

A new technique for ultrafast control of spins in a microscope

The breakthrough can advance “spintronics".

New laser lightning rod to deflect lightning over several dozen meters

This experimental breakthrough will lead to progress in lightning protection and lightning physics.

EPFL scientists made a breakthrough in fighting against immunotherapy-resistant cancers

Drug combo breaks down cancer resistance to immunotherapy.

Integrated photonic circuits could help close the ‘terahertz gap’

The device opens up a world of potential applications in optics and telecommunications.

Scientists overcome the scaling challenges of quantum optomechanical systems

Optomechanics simulates graphene lattices.

An innovative surgical needle offers enhanced precision

The needle offers greater precision in the surgeon’s movements and reduces the risk for patients.

Study reveals how motivation influences the neural circuits of perception

Too much motivation affects our decision-making.

Stabilizing polarons opens up new physics

The work can lead to unprecedented calculations of polarons in large systems.

Using AI to understand cellular metabolism better

Paving the way for more efficient and accurate modeling of metabolic processes.

A window into the fruit fly’s nervous system

This work can potentially lead to breakthroughs in the fields of neuroscience, AI, and bio-inspired robotics.

Automating microscope control for imaging biological events

Intelligent microscopes for detecting rare biological events.

Malfunctioning protein complex can lead to neurodegeneration, study

Protein ‘traffic jam' in neurons linked to neurodegeneration.

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