The new Energypolis campus brings together the skills of EPFL Valais-Wallis, HES-SO Valais-Wallis, and the Ark Foundation’s services. Together these partners respond to today’s major concerns in the domains of energy, health, and the environment cutting-edge technology. The spirit of this new campus is to foster innovation in these disciplines and emulate the creation of start-up companies. The HES-SO hosts the School of Engineering (HEI) in this campus, which includes the following degree programmes: Life Technologies, Systems Engineering and Energy and Environmental Engineering, as well as their corresponding applied research institutes. Peptide technologies belong to the many activities that are carrying out in the Institute of Life Technologies. The present review summarizes the peptide technologies that are currently developed, that is, the regioselective labeling of therapeutic antibodies for cancer imaging, the development of peptide antivirals and antimicrobials for the treatment of infectious diseases, targeting of drugs conjugated to peptidic scaffolds as well as engineering of biomaterials.