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Art and Design - 04.05.2018
Discovering the essence of Le Corbusier in his apartment-studio
How should an iconic piece of modern architecture be restored? Two EPFL researchers took up this challenge, tracing the history of Le Corbusier's apartment-studio in Paris.

Event - Art and Design - 27.04.2018
Kung Fu Sets ArtLab in motion
Kung Fu Sets ArtLab in motion
The exhibition Kung Fu Motion: The Living Archive opens tomorrow, on Saturday April 28. It accompanies the integration of ArtLab into EPFL's College of Humanities and kicks off a stimulating series of fresh programs at the intersections of art/science.

Art and Design - 24.02.2016
Horizons magazine: research offensive from Asia
"Horizons" has been eavesdropping in China, South Korea and Saudi Arabia to learn how research growth in Asia has become a game changer on the international science scene. China has become one of the most prolific producers of research articles around the world, second only to the US. South Korea is bringing its industry giants and research institutions closer together to boost its "innovation economy".

Art and Design - Innovation - 30.04.2015
Arts@CERN announces three winning artists and launches an open call
Geneva, 30 April 2015. Arts @ CERN, CERN 's official engagement with the arts, is today announcing three winning art projects from the different strands, Accelerate @ CERN and Collide @ CERN, as well as launching the international open call for Collide @ CERN in digital arts.

Astronomy / Space Science - Art and Design - 16.03.2015

Art and Design - 03.06.2013
CERN and Ars Electronica launch open call for the third Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN
Geneva/Linz, 3 June 2013. CERN and Ars Electronica 2 today launch an open call for artists working in the digital domain to apply for the third Prix Ars Electronica Collide @ CERN 3 .

Art and Design - History / Archeology - 17.12.2009
Verschmähte Pracht
Zurich - University of Zurich Die Malerei gilt als Inbegriff der Kunst. Wandteppiche und andere textile Kunstwerke werden dagegen als zweitrangig wahrgenommen und wenig erforscht.