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Go to main site News EPFL ENAC SB STI IC SV CDM CDH Search Search Search FR EN Menu News EPFL ENAC SB STI IC SV CDM CDH News Life Sciences SV Meet TTMap the new tool for gene expression analysis yesterday News Research A PhD graduate at EPFL has developed a method for gene expression analysis that outperforms current tools EPFL promotes personalized nutrition with Food Basic Sciences Health Computer Science Engineering Environment Buildings Culture Economy Energy Filter by faculty CDH CDM ENAC IC SB STI SV Filter by category EPFL Education Research Innovation Campus Life Search Brain Mind Institute and Dominique de Quervain University of Basel have founded stressnetwork ch a network of over 30 renowned scientists from Swiss universities working in different areas of stress How transcription factors explore the genome Published 30 01 19 — EPFL scientists have discovered how proteins that regulate gene transcription can scan and bind the genome efficiently Cancer A mutation that breaks gene interplay in 3D Published 29 01 19 — EPFL scientists have discovered how a mutated gene can affect the three dimensional interactions of genes in the cell leading to various forms of cancer Laura Alejandra Velázquez Villegas receives AXA Fellowship Published 28 01 19 — Laura Alejandra Velázquez Villegas a researcher at the lab of Kristina Schoonjans has won a fellowship from insurance giant AXA for a research project on osteoporosis An integrative approach to studying lipid biology Published 25 01 19 — The proteins that manage lipids in the cell are notoriously hard to study Combining structural biochemical and computational studies scientists at EPFL and the University of Wisconsin Madison have now discovered how a lipid binding protein can access select and move a lipid “cargo” during the biosynthesis of the important coenzyme Q Previous 1 Current page 2 3 4 5 … 62 63 Next Login Contact EPFL CH 1015 Lausanne 41 21 693 11 11 Follow the pulses of EPFL on social networks Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Youtube Follow us on Google Follow us on LinkedIn Accessibility Legal notice