PSI, Paul Scherrer Institute

PSI, Paul Scherrer Institute

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Lieu: Villigen
Appartenance : Conseil des EPF / ETH Rat
Sciences de la vie15.12 - Public & Media Explore the world of PSI - Scientists & Users For the scientific community - Industry & the Economy Transfer and collaboration opportunities - Media Releases Research Using Synchrotron Light Biology - All living organisms, from bacteria to humans, rely on proteins to perform their vital functions.
Chimie 31.10
Chimie

Media Releases Energy and Environment Environment - As glaciers increasingly melt in the wake of climate change, it is not only the landscape that is affected.

Microtechnique 12.10
Microtechnique

The need for ever faster and more efficient electronic devices is growing rapidly, and thus the demand for new materials with new properties.

Physique 9.9
Physique

Media Releases Energy and Environment - Technische Machbarkeit der Methanherstellung aus Algen demonstriert - Der am Paul Scherrer Institut PSI entwickelte Prozess der hydrothermalen Methanierung von wässriger Biomasse erreicht einen wichtigen Meilenstein: Dank der Zusammenarbeit im ne

Physique 19.10
Physique

Media Releases Matter and Material Materials Research Research Using Synchrotron Light - New effect might be important for emergence of High-Temperature Superconductivity - An international team of researchers from SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University (both Cali

Chimie 17.9
Chimie

Media Releases Environment Energy and Environment - The causes of China's record level fine particulate pollution in winter 2013 - At the beginning of 2013 a greyish-brown blanket of smog lay over large areas of China for several months.

Physique 4.9
Physique

Media Releases Research Using Synchrotron Light Large Scale Facilities Materials Research Matter and Material SwissFEL SwissFEL Experiments - PSI researchers garner experience for SwissFEL experiments - Aided by short laser flashes, researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute have managed to temporarily change a material's properties to such a degree that they have – to a certain extent –created a new material.




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