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Seven Years in RAK

01.11.2016
Paint us a picture of EPFL Middle East, seven years into the partnership between EPFL and the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah. Franco Vigliotti: This... Read
Education
Every year since 2013, a new batch of graduates from EPFL’s Master’s program in Energy Management and Sustainability (MES) has entered... Read
Energy
Reducing our reliance on fossil fuels means turning to plant-derived biofuels and chemicals. But producing them cost-effectively from plants and... Read
Graduate
Nearly 3,000 people were in attendance Saturday morning at the SwissTech Convention Center for the Magistrale, EPFL's annual Master’s... Read
Newsflash
A trend that has held for the past 15 years has been confirmed by preliminary figures for 2016: the proportion of women in EPFL’s student body... Read
Solar Energy
Twice as much electricity for the same surface area: that sums up Insolight's solar panels. The company, which is based in EPFL’s... Read
Solar Energy
How can we store solar energy for period when the sun doesn’t shine? One solution is to convert it into hydrogen through water electrolysis.... Read
Research
Do you forget to turn off the lights when you leave a room? Have you ever forgotten to turn off your stove... or worried that you hadn't? Wouldn... Read
Energy
CO2 is known to be the primary greenhouse gas, but it could also help slow global warming. Commonly used as a ‘clean’ liquid... Read
Newsflash
For the second year in a row, EPFL is first on the podium among “150 best universities less than 50 years old,” a ranking established by... Read