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

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.

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

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

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

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.

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

Innovation - Research Management - 24.05.2024
First Meeting of the -Switzerland - United States Joint Committee on Science and Technology

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.

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

Innovation - Social Sciences - 16.05.2024
Tailoring digital responses for humanitarian action
Tailoring digital responses for humanitarian action

Innovation - Computer Science - 08.05.2024
Zug as a global center for blockchain technology

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

Innovation - Politics - 25.04.2024
Switzerland co-chairs OECD Science and Technology Policy Ministerial Meeting

Innovation - 24.04.2024
Innosuisse reaches targets set for 2023

Innovation - Event - 22.04.2024
1st place for Swissloop Tunneling
1st place for Swissloop Tunneling
At the final of the Not-a-Boring Competition 2024 in Bastrop, Texas, the team from Swissloop Tunneling came out on top thanks to a successful drilling process with a self-developed micro-tunneling machine.

Innovation - 15.04.2024
Andrea Emilio Rizzoli in Brussels on the future of public AI

Psychology - Innovation - 15.04.2024
AI's new power of persuasion: it can change your mind
AI’s new power of persuasion: it can change your mind
A new EPFL study has demonstrated the persuasive power of Large Language Models, finding that participants debating GPT-4 with access to their personal information were far more likely to change their opinion compared to those who debated humans.

Innovation - Research Management - 15.04.2024
Switzerland-Brazil Joint Committee on Science and Technology meets to discuss bilateral cooperation in research and innovation

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.

Innovation - Environment - 09.04.2024
Giving innovation a major boost
Giving innovation a major boost

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.

Innovation - 20.03.2024
Switzerland and Denmark strengthen relations in higher education, research and innovation

Administration - Innovation - 12.03.2024
Bridging the Gap with Policy Fellow Regina Witter
Bridging the Gap with Policy Fellow Regina Witter

Environment - Innovation - 12.03.2024
Allies from the deep

Chemistry - Innovation - 07.03.2024
Getting hydrogen out of ammonia
Getting hydrogen out of ammonia
Kevin Turani-I-Belloto has developed a low-cost method for breaking down ammonia to produce hydrogen.

Innovation - Economics - 06.03.2024
Strengthening Switzerland's start-up ecosystem
Strengthening Switzerland’s start-up ecosystem

Innovation - Economics - 05.03.2024
ETH students accelerate private sector innovation
ETH students accelerate private sector innovation
Students at ETH Zurich are working together with engineers from the technology firm Bühler to accelerate innovation and minimise the attendant risks. It's a fruitful collaboration that other companies are also poised to benefit from. Innovation is critical for companies to remain successful over the long term.

Innovation - Computer Science - 29.02.2024
AI: once a mere tool - soon a partner on equal footing?
AI: once a mere tool - soon a partner on equal footing?

Environment - Innovation - 23.02.2024
EPFL professor named to United Nations SDG group
EPFL professor named to United Nations SDG group

Economics - Innovation - 22.02.2024
Cash is used significantly less often
Cash is used significantly less often
For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic, the Swiss population is using cash significantly less often.

Innovation - Economics - 19.02.2024
Switzerland needs to do a better job of exploiting its innovation potential
Switzerland needs to do a better job of exploiting its innovation potential

Innovation - Economics - 15.02.2024
Electricity from waste heat thanks to new piston machine
Electricity from waste heat thanks to new piston machine
Industrial waste heat is an untapped goldmine: It is produced in large quantities, but is hardly used efficiently.

Politics - Innovation - 12.02.2024
DigiPart-Index: a need for cooperation between the cantons
The publication of the third DigiPartIndex Report, to which Università della Svizzera italiana also contributed, is now available.

Innovation - Economics - 12.02.2024
EPFL startups forge ahead despite the economic headwinds
EPFL startups forge ahead despite the economic headwinds

Innovation - Economics - 07.02.2024
Maintaining the ’Swiss way’ of promoting innovation

Research Management - Innovation - 05.02.2024
The fourth meeting of the Joint Scientific Committee Switzerland

Innovation - Life Sciences - 01.02.2024
New project: Synapsuit

Innovation - Education - 25.01.2024
EPFL expands its continuing education courses in three fields
EPFL expands its continuing education courses in three fields

Health - Innovation - 25.01.2024
Sepsis in Children: Improved Diagnosis Thanks to New Global Criteria
Diagnosis of sepsis in children has been improved based on new research findings. An international research team co-led by the University Children's Hospital Zurich harnessed artificial intelligence to analyze data from over 3.5 million children suffering from this life-threatening disease. Sepsis is a life-threatening infection that can lead to organ failure.

Innovation - 25.01.2024
Virtual noise assessment for passenger jet of the future
Virtual noise assessment for passenger jet of the future
Instead of tubular commercial aircraft, other designs could be used in the future: Jets with a blended wing body would fly more efficiently and make less noise - but how would the noise emissions from these new types of aircraft affect people?

Innovation - Administration - 24.01.2024
Federal Council elects Anna Valente to the board of Innosuisse
Federal Council elects Anna Valente to the board of Innosuisse

Environment - Innovation - 22.01.2024
The CO2-binding society as a goal

Environment - Innovation - 18.01.2024
SLF hosts VIP visitors
SLF hosts VIP visitors
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