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Innovation - Health - 21.06.2024
UZH to Create Chair of Allergology and Asthma in Davos
UZH to Create Chair of Allergology and Asthma in Davos

Microtechnics - Innovation - 21.06.2024
At the intersection of robotics and machine learning
At the intersection of robotics and machine learning

Health - 21.06.2024
Andrea Alimonti receives esteemed 2024 Cloëtta Prize

Social Sciences - 20.06.2024
New sexuality education materials for teenagers and young adults with learning difficulties
In future, teenagers and young adults with learning difficulties should be given the opportunity to find out about the body, love and sexuality independently or with support of their own choosing.

Campus - Art and Design - 19.06.2024
A racist diary and kingfishers
A racist diary and kingfishers

Health - Pharmacology - 19.06.2024
Macomics and IOR announce Macrophage Scientific Collaboration in Prostate Cancer Drug Development
Macomics Ltd, a leader in macrophage drug discovery, announces that it has entered a scientific collaboration with Prof. Andrea Alimonti at IOR (Institute of Oncology Research), one of Switzerland's leading research institutes.

Economics - Innovation - 18.06.2024
CLIMADA scoops first prize at Venture Awards
CLIMADA scoops first prize at Venture Awards

Health - Social Sciences - 18.06.2024
Social inequalities widen after a breast cancer
A French-Swiss team has highlighted the long-term impact of socioeconomic inequalities on the quality of life of women who have had breast cancer.

Microtechnics - 17.06.2024
Interview with a materials scientist: 'Robots could biodegrade at the end of their life cycle'
Interview with a materials scientist: ’Robots could biodegrade at the end of their life cycle’

Innovation - Economics - 17.06.2024
How the ETH start-up ecosystem works
How the ETH start-up ecosystem works

Innovation - Health - 17.06.2024
How SMEs benefit from ETH Zurich
How SMEs benefit from ETH Zurich
ETH professor Mirko Meboldt helps Swiss SMEs find the right technology to tackle the challenges they face.

Innovation - Environment - 17.06.2024
From solar fuel and anti-fog glasses to manufacturing innovation
From solar fuel and anti-fog glasses to manufacturing innovation
The numerous spin-offs and patents generated at ETH Zurich are the driving force behind innovation in the Swiss economy.

Computer Science - Innovation - 17.06.2024
How top-flight researchers draw global companies to Switzerland
How top-flight researchers draw global companies to Switzerland
ETH's outstanding reputation attracts top-flight researchers from all'over the world. This pool of talent makes Zurich a major draw for global companies such as Microsoft.

Administration - Computer Science - 17.06.2024
ETH research supply support to the Swiss state
ETH research supply support to the Swiss state
From devising forecasting models for the Federal Finance Administration and describing the latest trends in civil protection, researchers routinely supply vital support to the Swiss state and help drive innovation.

Innovation - 17.06.2024
From student project to personalised sandals from a 3D printer
From student project to personalised sandals from a 3D printer

Campus - Economics - 17.06.2024
The President of the ETH Alumni Association on new networking programmes and untapped potential
The President of the ETH Alumni Association on new networking programmes and untapped potential

Innovation - Economics - 17.06.2024
ETH alumni as drivers of innovation
ETH alumni as drivers of innovation

Innovation - Health - 17.06.2024
A source of innovation for Swiss SMEs
A source of innovation for Swiss SMEs
ETH professor Mirko Meboldt helps Swiss SMEs find the right technology to tackle the challenges they face.

Health - Life Sciences - 15.06.2024
Cancer Research and Animal Models
On Saturday, June 15th, the second edition of the National Day of Information on Laboratory Animals will be held. This event is promoted by the Swiss Association of Veterinarians in Industry and Research (SAVIR) in collaboration with the Swiss Society for Laboratory Animal Science (SGV) and Forschung für Leben (FfL).

Social Sciences - 14.06.2024
Study trip Berlin 2024

Psychology - Social Sciences - 14.06.2024
Strengthening diversity in working life: G-VERSITY presents its results

Campus - 14.06.2024
'It is quite clear that our commitment is gradually bearing fruit'
’It is quite clear that our commitment is gradually bearing fruit’

Environment - 13.06.2024
Horw campus: preliminary project successfully completed

Social Sciences - 13.06.2024
Visitors from Potsdam and St. Pölten

Social Sciences - Career - 13.06.2024
Cooperation between the Lucerne School of Social Work, partner organizations/NGOs, the partner universities in Tirana, Shkodra and Elbasan, and the UNDP (United Nation Development Programme) in Albania

Campus - 12.06.2024
Bachelor in Nursing for qualified nurses - the first course is fully booked, an additional course will start in spring 2025 due to high demand

Life Sciences - 12.06.2024
Inspiring the next generation of scientists
Inspiring the next generation of scientists

Music - 12.06.2024
Michael Bach becomes a lecturer in wind music direction at the Lucerne School of Music

Criminology / Forensics - Social Sciences - 11.06.2024
How Islamist Extremists Forge Relationships with Accomplices
The study by a researcher from the University of Bern provides extraordinary insights into the networks of Islamist accomplices in the USA. These are characterized by common socio-cultural features, geographical proximity and ideological affiliation. In particular, the results could well contribute to the fight against terror networks at a local level.

Laboratory - 11.06.2024
New light-sheet microscope for multicellular systems unveiled

Transport - Environment - 11.06.2024
The price of new mobility
The price of new mobility

Campus - Career - 11.06.2024
From a racist diary to a kingfisher: design, film and art students show their final projects
From a racist diary to a kingfisher: design, film and art students show their final projects

Health - Innovation - 11.06.2024
Medicine has yet to tap the potential of digitalisation

History / Archeology - Art and Design - 11.06.2024
A study of art and architecture revisits Swiss colonial history
A study of art and architecture revisits Swiss colonial history

Social Sciences - 10.06.2024
Interventions against Misinformation also Increase Skepticism toward Reliable Sources
Efforts to tackle false information through fact-checking or media literacy initiatives increases the public's skepticism toward "fake news". However, they also breed distrust in genuine, fact-based news sources, a UZH-led study using online survey experiments in the US, Poland and Hong Kong shows. Studies have shown that few people actually come across false information in their day-to-day lives.

Environment - Chemistry - 10.06.2024
Hydrogen, the net-zero hero?
Hydrogen, the net-zero hero?
Green hydrogen could transform our energy system and solve many supply and emissions challenges. Whether this happens will depend on how economically it can be produced and attractive it will be to consumers.

Health - Architecture - 10.06.2024
The future of medicine begins in the Gloria Cube
The future of medicine begins in the Gloria Cube

History / Archeology - Environment - 10.06.2024
Building or greening? Making space for urban plants
Building or greening? Making space for urban plants
Dense settlement on one side, nature on the other. When space is short, we need to think hard about how to use it.

Transport - Politics - 07.06.2024
How can we tax electric cars without slowing down the electromobility transition?
The federal government has plans to tax electric vehicles to secure funding for road infrastructure.

Innovation - Economics - 07.06.2024
EPFL to create six new research chairs in Valais by 2032
EPFL to create six new research chairs in Valais by 2032

Campus - Health - 06.06.2024
Launch of Swiss TPH Alumni Network

Environment - 05.06.2024
Cities as habitats

Environment - Life Sciences - 05.06.2024
Underwater camera explores microcosms in Lake Zug
Underwater camera explores microcosms in Lake Zug
The Aquascope underwater camera has been installed in Lake Zug. It is the second permanent measuring station for plankton in Swiss water bodies.

Life Sciences - Health - 05.06.2024
3R Prize: human skin cultures to study psoriasis

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 05.06.2024
ANDES, the spectrograph in a quest for life in the Universe
ANDES, the spectrograph in a quest for life in the Universe

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 05.06.2024
High-performance spectrograph for giant telescope
High-performance spectrograph for giant telescope
The European Southern Observatory (ESO) has started the design and construction of the ArmazoNes high Dispersion Echelle Spectrograph (ANDES) with an international consortium involving the University

Environment - Chemistry - 05.06.2024
How EPFL will make the most of its carbon emissions
How EPFL will make the most of its carbon emissions
By supporting a large-scale research project for carbon capture, utilization and storage, EPFL will shrink its carbon footprint while giving a boost to emerging technology.

Research Management - 05.06.2024
ETH Zurich again in seventh place
ETH Zurich again in seventh place

Health - Innovation - 04.06.2024
New association brings medical practice and research together
New association brings medical practice and research together
In the future, doctors at Aargau hospitals will be able to apply for research support through the Association for Medical Research and Innovation in the Canton of Aargau.

Environment - Event - 03.06.2024
Ecological transition at the University of Lausanne: the course has been set!
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