ENAC Newsletter December 2015
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ENAC Newsletter December 2015

Tiny amoebas could play a big role in climate
Looking at the brain with a geologist's “eye”
Plant roots shaped by river fluctuations
Thin walls with potentially fatal consequences
The future of farming depends on local breeds
Solar Panels That Protect Themselves in High Temperatures


Students build giant “harp” perched high above Les Diablerets
Architecture Master's Projects on Display in the SG Building

Life @ ENAC

Have joined us this year:
Tom Battin
Marie Violay
Brice Lecampion
Christophe Van Gerrewey
Will join us soon:
Dimitrios Lignos
Claudia Binder
Corentin Fivet
Paolo Tombesi


Lake Gruyere mosquitos: hitting them when they are weakest
The Best Room: from sketch to scaffolding


Don't miss:
Annual Report 2014
Student voices from Solar Decathlon
EPFL Out There
Our Facebook Page
NAC Christmas Dinner
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