Improving HIV treatment for children and adolescents - the right way

Health - Jul 18

Globally, around 2.6 million children and adolescents are currently living with HIV, the majority of them in Africa.

Health - Jul 19

Enhancing breast cancer diagnosis and treatment

Addressing problems with diagnosing and treating breast cancer, scientists at EPFL have developed EMBER, a tool that integrates breast cancer transcriptomic data from multiple databases. EMBER can improve precision oncology by accurately predicting molecular subtypes and therapy responses.

Environment - Jul 18

Bridging the ’Valley of Death’ in carbon capture


Developed at EPFL, Heriot-Watt University, and ETH Zurich, PrISMa is a new platform that uses advanced simulations and machine learning to streamline carbon capture technologies, by taking into account the perspectives of diverse stakeholders early in the research process.

Predicting the toxicity of chemicals with AI

Researchers at Eawag and the Swiss Data Science Center have trained AI algorithms with a comprehensive ecotoxicological dataset. Now their machine learning models can predict how toxic chemicals are to fish.

Life Sciences - Jul 17

’Paleolithic’ diets are not without risks

Life Sciences

A study highlights the toxicity risks of high-protein diets, which can lead to severe neurological disorders.

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