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27.06.2017

Avoiding shadows to ensure a place in the sun

In order to guarantee optimum access to the leaves, plants have developed various strategies during evolution. Resarchers at CIG in Lausanne have elucidated a mechanism allowing a localized response of the plant in case of partial shade (image: Fabrice Ducrest, Unil).This research was supported by the SystemsX.ch Research, Technology and Development (RTD) Project PlantGrowth2.
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21.06.2017

3rd International SystemsX.ch Conference: New registration deadline for abstract submission

The conference will take place from September 4 to 7, 2017 at the ETH Zurich. New registration deadline for abstract submission is July 3, 2017. We look forward to welcoming you in Zurich for a host of talks by world-class scientists including keynote speakers James Ferrell from Stanford University and Chris Sander from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. 
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19.06.2017

PHRT call for proposals

The SFA Personalized Health and Related Technologies (PHRT) has published its first call. Proposals for interdisciplinary PhD projects, Transition Postdoc Fellowships, Technology Translation Projects and Personalized Medicine/Personalized Health Research Projects can be submitted until September 15, 2017.
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19.06.2017

Medicine is awash in data

Genomics, digital patient files and real-time health surveillance – never before have we had access to so much health data. Three ETH researchers explain how they extract relevant information from this sea of data and the potential benefits for personalised medicine. (Article: Samuel Schlaefli; Photo: Scanderbeg Sauer Photography)
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