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Environment - 22.11.2023
Federal Council lays groundwork for export of CO2 for sub-seabed storage

Environment - Politics - 22.11.2023
Lowering of air pollutant limits recommended
Lowering of air pollutant limits recommended
The Federal Commission for Air Hygiene has assessed the revised guideline values issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2021 and their significance for Switzerland's Air Pollution Control Ordinance.

Campus - 22.11.2023
Audrey Leuba designated Rector of the University of Geneva
Audrey Leuba designated Rector of the University of Geneva

Architecture - Economics - 21.11.2023
A CAS in the repairability of buildings and products
A CAS in the repairability of buildings and products
ETH is offering a new continuing education programme in the serviceability and repairability of buildings and products.

Health - 21.11.2023
Mapping the meniscus
Mapping the meniscus
Knee operations on the meniscus cartilage are a frequent procedure on a particularly complex part of the human body. researchers want to provide an improved basis for clinicians in order to reduce the risks of the operation. Using 3D models based on micro-computed tomography analyses in the laboratory, they are mapping the blood vessel network of the meniscus on a nanometer scale.

Environment - Campus - 21.11.2023
Otto Jaag Water Protection Prize 2023 and ETH Medal for Charlotte Bopp
Otto Jaag Water Protection Prize 2023 and ETH Medal for Charlotte Bopp

Social Sciences - Event - 21.11.2023
Cross-Stitch Technique or Childhood Memory?
Cross-Stitch Technique or Childhood Memory?

Media - Social Sciences - 21.11.2023
Between acceptance and rejection:
Between acceptance and rejection: "public service media are fighting for legitimacy more than ever before"

Career - 20.11.2023
These researchers have received Starting Grants

Sport - 20.11.2023
The importance of moral support on performance
The importance of moral support on performance
Can moral support drive us to perform at our best? Using a unique case in football, Professor Fabrizio Colella's research shows how moral support from fans can profoundly affect footballers' performance. Moral support is a crucial aspect of our daily interactions, but there is little scientific evidence of its impact on behaviour and productivity.

Health - Materials Science - 20.11.2023
Pioneers of medical materials innovation

Health - 20.11.2023
SNSF Starting Grant 2023 awarded to Prof. Calcinotto

Event - 18.11.2023
Greater insights rather than more knowledge
Greater insights rather than more knowledge

Research Management - 17.11.2023
ETH Zurich boosts networking with Europe’s top universities

Health - 17.11.2023
Zuzanna Kozicka awarded Science & SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists
Zuzanna Kozicka awarded Science & SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists

Career - 16.11.2023
Leading House Asia : Applied Research Partnership Grants 2023

Career - 16.11.2023
Leading House South Asia and Iran : Research Partnership Grants 2023

Health - Innovation - 16.11.2023
Innovation cooperation in orthopaedic research
Innovation cooperation in orthopaedic research
Balgrist University Hospital and the University of Zurich have appointed Inge Herrmann, a leading expert in the field of medical technology, to their academic team.

Innovation - Health - 16.11.2023
Internet Use as Everyday Religion on the Rise, Cyborgization Still in its Early Stages
Media Transformation The next generation of digital technology is spreading in Switzerland: Artificial intelligence has already arrived, cyborg technologies for self-optimization have not yet.

Research Management - 15.11.2023
Bernhard Truffer among the most cited scientists 2023
Bernhard Truffer among the most cited scientists 2023

Materials Science - Chemistry - 14.11.2023
This is a battery
This is a battery
Non-toxic and scalable water-based flow batteries would be a good solution for storing renewable energy in urban areas - if it weren't for their very low energy density.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 14.11.2023
An advocate of public space
An advocate of public space

Life Sciences - Campus - 13.11.2023
In remembrance of Thomas Hohn
In remembrance of Thomas Hohn

Health - Pharmacology - 13.11.2023
Preventing infections to ensure the long-term effectiveness of antibiotics
Antibiotic resistance is a silent pandemic. The main objective of the Swiss Strategy on Antibiotic Resistance (StAR) is to ensure the effectiveness of antibiotics for human and animal health over the long term.

Environment - Career - 13.11.2023
Rik Eggen: ’I want to dive into a new life’

Media - 13.11.2023
Journalism and artificial intelligence

Health - Campus - 13.11.2023
Prestigious appointment for Silke Gillessen

Environment - 13.11.2023
’Sull’orlo del visibile’, USI hosts the Swiss Association for General and Comparative Literature

Computer Science - 13.11.2023
’Programme your Castle’, the course created by USI Bachelor students selected by ’Hour of Code’

Health - Physics - 10.11.2023
Moving X-ray images of the musculoskeletal system
Moving X-ray images of the musculoskeletal system
Today, the Dynamic Imaging Center at sitem-insel, the Swiss Institute for Translational Medicine and Entrepreneurship, opened its doors. Here, for the first time, X-ray images of a moving person can be taken simultaneously from two different directions. This enables clinical research that is unique in Europe and that represents a milestone in the investigation of musculoskeletal disorders.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 10.11.2023
One step closer to unveiling dark matter with ARRAKIHS
One step closer to unveiling dark matter with ARRAKIHS
The ARRAKHIS consortium, for which EPFL has the science lead, has just successfully passed the mission definition review of the project, a very important first milestone towards full completion of the mission preparation.

Campus - Physics - 09.11.2023
Masterful knowledge generator and visionary innovator
Masterful knowledge generator and visionary innovator

Health - Innovation - 09.11.2023
Showing foresight
Showing foresight

Campus - 09.11.2023
An excellent pavilion for circular construction
An excellent pavilion for circular construction

Innovation - 08.11.2023
Fair distribution of royalties for copyrights
Fair distribution of royalties for copyrights

Computer Science - Administration - 08.11.2023
First measures of the data science strategy implemented

Economics - Innovation - 08.11.2023
Why business should embrace digital responsibility
As society increasingly expects the responsible use of digital technologies, firms with better practices will have a distinct advantage, says .

Materials Science - Chemistry - 07.11.2023
What is the battery of the future made of?
What is the battery of the future made of?
The Empa research group led by Maksym Kovalenko is researching innovative materials for the batteries of tomorrow. Whether it's fast-charging electric cars or low-cost stationary storage, there's a promising material or a novel manufacturing process for every application. What are the hallmarks of a good battery? Is it its capacity? How fast it charges? Or its price? The answer depends on where the battery is used, says Empa researcher Kostiantyn Kravchyk.

Health - Innovation - 06.11.2023
Medtech hub in Bern on the way to great success
Medtech hub in Bern on the way to great success
The canton of Bern wants to establish itself as a leading international medical location by 2030.

Physics - Event - 06.11.2023
Michelle Simmons receives this year's Erna Hamburger Prize
Michelle Simmons receives this year’s Erna Hamburger Prize

Religions - 03.11.2023
Religion and tourism: funded research
Religion and tourism: funded research

Transport - Health - 03.11.2023
Insufficient support for the mobility of people with disabilities
Insufficient support for the mobility of people with disabilities
The range of transport services for people with disabilities varies greatly in Switzerland and is difficult to access due to complex organization and high prices.

Innovation - Computer Science - 03.11.2023
Comics in the new age of artificial intelligence
Comics in the new age of artificial intelligence
Cut/Paste , a new exhibition at EPFL Pavilions , Pavilion A, delves into the history of comics and showcases how artificial intelligence is changing the art and adapting classic 1950s narratives for today's varied mediums.

Campus - Education - 02.11.2023
Three newly designed fields of study in the bachelor's degree program in energy and environmental engineering
Three newly designed fields of study in the bachelor’s degree program in energy and environmental engineering
The University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland FHNW is launching three new fields of study in the Bachelor's degree program in Energy and Environmental Engineering: "Sustainable Building

Career - Innovation - 02.11.2023
The future of work: 3/2, 2/3, or 0/4?
The future of work: 3/2, 2/3, or 0/4?
How productive are we when we work from home? It's an increasingly common question. But Gudela Grote believes it's the wrong question, because it says more about our conceptions of human nature than about effective ways of working. 2020 proved that being flexible about where we work (and the hours we work) can benefit employees and employers.

Physics - 01.11.2023
Two projects launched to connect error-corrected qubits
Two projects launched to connect error-corrected qubits

Environment - Linguistics / Literature - 31.10.2023
Amitav Ghosh - how climate crisis, colonialism and migration are connected
Amitav Ghosh - how climate crisis, colonialism and migration are connected

Economics - Innovation - 31.10.2023
Improving the world ŕ la Silicon Valley
How strongly are the ideas of Mark Zuckerberg or Elon Musk influencing today's digital economy? An economic sociologist at the University of Basel has analyzed speeches, book contributions and articles from Silicon Valley, demonstrating the emergence of a new spirit of digital capitalism. What justification is there for earning a lot of money? Nineteenth-century Calvinists interpreted economic prosperity as a sign that one was counted among God's chosen.

Law - Transport - 31.10.2023
Improving mobility with data sharing
Improving mobility with data sharing
We provide transport companies with information about our mobility behavior when we use various modes of transportation. Researchers at the University of Basel and two technology and mobility consulting companies have jointly investigated what requirements could be put in place to ensure this mobility data is better utilized.

Event - 30.10.2023
Erasmus+ and FFF projects exhibited at the University of Liechtenstein
Erasmus+ and FFF projects exhibited at the University of Liechtenstein



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