January 19, 2024
Swiss tech helping uncover the origins of the universe
With its secretariat hosted at EPFL, the <a href="https://skach.org/">Square Kilometer Array Switzerland</a> (SKACH) consortium is celebrating two years’ membership of a global project to develop the largest scientific facility ever built by humankind.
January 16, 2024
Chameleon AI program classifies objects in satellite images faster
An AI program can train neural networks, using just a handful of images, to rapidly characterize in satellite and drone data new objects like ocean debris, deforestation zones, urban areas and more.
January 15, 2024
Bridging light and electrons
Researchers at EPFL and Max Plank have merged nonlinear optics with electron microscopy, unlocking new capabilities in material studies and the control of electron beams.
December 12, 2023
AI unlocks new insights in neurodegenerative disease research
EPFL researchers develop an AI-driven, label-free method for studying protein aggregates, offering new perspectives in neurodegenerative disease research.
December 6, 2023
Enhanced AI tracks neurons in moving animals
EPFL and Harvard scientists have developed a pioneering new method that uses deep learning and a new technique called ‘targeted augmentation’ to track neurons in moving and deforming animals.
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