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Astronomy / Space Science - Innovation - 20.04.2022

Astronomy / Space Science - Physics - 15.04.2022

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 14.04.2022
How to compete with robots
How to compete with robots
Swiss roboticists and economists from EPFL and University of Lausanne developed a method for estimating the probability of jobs being automated by future intelligent robots and suggesting career transitions with lower risks and minimal retraining effort. When it comes to the future of intelligent robots, the first question people ask is often: how many jobs will they make disappear?

Campus - 13.04.2022
A design class that gives students free rein
A design class that gives students free rein
The class, which is part of the Master of Science in Microengineering program, lets students experience the design process from start to finish.

Environment - Innovation - 11.04.2022
'CO2 must be fairly priced'
’CO2 must be fairly priced’
Empa is working intensively on solutions to reach the climate targets and is starting on its own doorstep. The new research campus currently under construction - co-operate - will be geared to minimizing greenhouse gas emissions thanks to innovative technologies and with as little compensation as possible in the form of certificates.

Computer Science - Innovation - 11.04.2022

Computer Science - 11.04.2022

Social Sciences - Law - 11.04.2022
Companies, accountability, corruption. Understanding things to change them
The popular initiative "For Responsible Businesses - Protecting Humans and the Environment" was filed in Switzerland in 2016.

Life Sciences - Event - 11.04.2022

Physics - Materials Science - 11.04.2022
An eye for the smallest things
An eye for the smallest things
As head of Empa's Electron Microscopy Center, Rolf Erni has to balance many tasks: negotiating industrial contracts, promoting young scientists, teaching, supporting researchers at other Empa labs.