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Campus - Health - 12.07.2024
Six professors appointed

Sport - 12.07.2024
Running without air resistance
Running without air resistance

Agronomy / Food Science - Politics - 10.07.2024
Waging a war for land and soil
Waging a war for land and soil

Innovation - 08.07.2024
Training for the transport of the future

Computer Science - Mathematics - 28.06.2024
Researchers at ETH Zurich develop the fastest possible flow algorithm
Researchers at ETH Zurich develop the fastest possible flow algorithm
Rasmus Kyng has written the near-perfect algorithm. It computes the maximum transport flow at minimum cost for any kind of network - be it rail, road or electricity - at a speed that is, mathematically speaking, impossible to beat.

Economics - Innovation - 27.06.2024
AI reality lags the hype in Swiss tech industries
AI reality lags the hype in Swiss tech industries
Everyone talks about Artificial Intelligence but its current adoption rates are low in the Swiss tech industry, especially in manufacturing-related applications.

Career - Innovation - 26.06.2024
"Anyone who wants to do research in Singapore should get in touch now!"

Environment - Campus - 24.06.2024
This researcher reads rivers
This researcher reads rivers
Jessica Droujko's start-up, Riverkin, measures the water quality of freshwater ecosystems and helps quantify and respond to risks such as floods and pollution. Thanks to an ETH Pioneer Fellowship, her work is now picking up speed. Jessica Droujko is passionate about water - and rivers in particular.

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

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

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.

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’

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

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

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.

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

Earth Sciences - Environment - 31.05.2024
When stones start rolling
When stones start rolling
The landslide in Brienz (GR) in 2023 kept Switzerland on tenterhooks for weeks. Researchers from ETH Zurich, WSL and SLF used a model to provide a highly accurate blind prediction of where the sliding mass would come to rest. ETH Professor Johan Gaume explains how the model works and where its limitations lie.

Computer Science - Campus - 29.05.2024
"AI helps us to grasp more and more complex facts"

Environment - 28.05.2024
ETH Zurich sets course for Net Zero
ETH Zurich sets course for Net Zero

Innovation - Materials Science - 27.05.2024
Innovative materials and remarkable people
Innovative materials and remarkable people

Politics - Administration - 23.05.2024
Former Swiss Federal Chancellor Thurnherr appointed ETH Professor
Former Swiss Federal Chancellor Thurnherr appointed ETH Professor

Campus - 23.05.2024
Twelve professors appointed

Innovation - Microtechnics - 22.05.2024
ETH students develop drones, robots and vehicles
ETH students develop drones, robots and vehicles
Racing cars, robots, aircraft: Bachelor's students in the Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering spend two semesters working on a project in teams.

Environment - 17.05.2024
Thinking climate action, biodiversity and energy supply together
Renewable energies are not the main driver of biodiversity loss. It is rather the other way round: renewables can limit climate change in order to preserve biodiversity.

Health - Life Sciences - 16.05.2024
An architectural gem and cutting-edge research facility in Basel
An architectural gem and cutting-edge research facility in Basel
ETH Zurich's new BSS teaching and research building on the Schällemätteli life science campus in Basel will officially open its doors today.

Innovation - Pedagogy - 16.05.2024
Medical Engineering block course wins prize for innovative teaching
Medical Engineering block course wins prize for innovative teaching

Campus - 07.05.2024
Demonstration at ETH Zurich dissolved
Demonstration at ETH Zurich dissolved

Life Sciences - Innovation - 07.05.2024
Digi, Nano, Bio, Neuro - or why we should care more about converging technologies

Materials Science - Environment - 29.04.2024
ETH spin-offs develop high performance batteries
ETH spin-offs develop high performance batteries
The electrification of many areas of life is leading to an increased demand for high-performance batteries.

Economics - Campus - 18.04.2024
Financial uncertainty threatens ETH Zurich's top position
Financial uncertainty threatens ETH Zurich’s top position

Art and Design - Innovation - 12.04.2024
Artificial augmented creativity: A new era of art
Artificial augmented creativity: A new era of art
Artificial intelligence is transforming the way in which art is created and experienced. Are we at the beginning of a new artistic revolution? Or at the end of creativity as we know it? puts things in perspective.

Astronomy / Space - 11.04.2024
Using a hopping robot for asteroid exploration
Using a hopping robot for asteroid exploration

Research Management - 10.04.2024
ETH Zurich ranks first in the world for 3 subjects, according to QS
ETH Zurich ranks first in the world for 3 subjects, according to QS

Computer Science - Pedagogy - 09.04.2024
Computer science made accessible to over 10,000 children
Computer science made accessible to over 10,000 children

Campus - Education - 08.04.2024
Let Bachelor’s holders work first!

Computer Science - 04.04.2024
Knocking cloud security off its game
Knocking cloud security off its game
Public cloud services employ special security technologies. Computer scientists at ETH Zurich have now discovered a gap in the latest security mechanisms used by AMD and Intel chips.

Innovation - 28.03.2024
Funding shows effect
Funding shows effect

Computer Science - Innovation - 26.03.2024
New app unmasks forged documents
New app unmasks forged documents
Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a smartphone app that can be used to check the authenticity of documents and other items.

Computer Science - Health - 19.03.2024
Faster diagnosis of endometriosis with AI
Faster diagnosis of endometriosis with AI
Das ETH-Spin-off dAIgnose entwickelt einen Algorithmus, mit dem sich Ultraschallaufnahmen der Gebärmutter automatisiert auswerten lassen. Dieser sollte es Ärzten ermöglichen, Endometriose in Zukunft schneller zu diagnostizieren. Endometriosis is widespread. Around ten percent of all women of childbearing age throughout the world suffer from it.

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 18.03.2024
Pesticide-free as a new pathway for agriculture
Pesticide-free as a new pathway for agriculture
We can transition to pesticide-free agriculture without converting to organic farming. Robert Finger outlines the advantages and challenges involved.

Microtechnics - 13.03.2024
ANYmal can do parkour and walk across rubble
ANYmal can do parkour and walk across rubble
The quadrupedal robot ANYmal went back to school and has learned a lot. researchers used machine learning to teach it new skills: the robot can now climb over obstacles and successfully negotiate pitfalls.
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