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Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering - Chemistry
21.12.2016
A unique additive for the ideal concrete
A unique additive for the ideal concrete
Whether it's for drying time, hardness, or uniformity, a new additive developed at EPFL can give concrete, mortar, and cement the desired consistency, all in one shot.
Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering - Environment/Sustainable Development
23.11.2016
Planning for new NEST units picking up
Planning for new NEST units picking up
NEST, the modular research and innovation building by Empa and Eawag, is teeming with life. Since it opened its doors in May 2016, over 5,000 visitors have flocked to see the building.
Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering - Environment/Sustainable Development
01.11.2016
Preserve the Alps by giving up the chalets
Preserve the Alps by giving up the chalets
An isolated chalet in the mountains is a dream for nature lovers. However, this dream is responsible for most of the problems that winter resorts face today.
Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering - Physics/Materials Science
05.04.2016
Skyscrapers made of bamboo concrete
Bamboo is a feat of nature. After all, this member of the grass family contains fibers that are as strong as steel.
Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering - Architecture
03.12.2015
New paradigms for urbanisation
New paradigms for urbanisation
The Biennale for Urban Development and Architecture opens in Shenzhen today. Two architecture professors from ETH Zurich are co-curators, and the university is making several contributions to the exhibition.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering
25.09.2015
Claudia R. Binder nominated to head chair for urban ecology
Claudia R. Binder nominated to head chair for urban ecology
25.09.15 - Tapping into the potential of cities to promote high quality of life with a low ecological footprint is more crucial than ever in an increasingly urbanized world.
Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering
18.04.2012
LASIG and street networks evolution in the Scientific American
LASIG and street networks evolution in the Scientific American
Emanuele Strano, a doctoral candidate at LASIG, authored a study published in Nature's Scientific Reports to examine how a group of Italian villages evolved into suburbs outside Milan today. Such a study may eventually help urban planners optimize future developments. The magazine " Scientific American " devoted a popularization article to this study.
Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering
22.09.2011
The mobility of the canton's
The mobility of the canton's "second city" under the microscope
No less than 25000 people travel between the University of Lausanne and EPFL in the week, making the two campuses the canton's second largest city in the daytime.
Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering - Architecture
28.10.2009
Test lab for cities of tomorrow in Singapore
28.10.2009 / Zurich - ETH Zürich . ETH Zurich is stepping up its commitment in Asia: from mid-2010, a novel platform for urban development is to be established in Singapore in the form of the "Future Cities Laboratory".
Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering - Administration/Government
08.06.2009
Growing impact of urban freight traffic
08.06.2009 / Bern - SNF Between 1993 and 2003 the number of journeys by commercial vehicles within the Swiss conurbations rose by half.