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Life Sciences - 19.07.2024
Swim with the fish in the Rhine Falls basin
Swim with the fish in the Rhine Falls basin

Environment - Astronomy / Space - 19.07.2024
How satellite images help to protect forests

Environment - Earth Sciences - 18.07.2024
We should not underestimate the increasingly warm summer temperatures
Despite a wet and grey June, summers in Switzerland are getting hotter than expected. The increased summer temperatures harbour risks that we are not well prepared for, says Dominik Schumacher.

Environment - Chemistry - 17.07.2024
Prize-winning thesis: oxidation done properly!
Prize-winning thesis: oxidation done properly!

Physics - Computer Science - 17.07.2024
3D visualization brings nuclear fusion to life
3D visualization brings nuclear fusion to life
EPFL was selected by the EUROfusion consortium to develop an advanced visualization system for a preliminary process in nuclear fusion.

Campus - Career - 17.07.2024
Engineering & Architecture: 452 graduates celebrate their graduation

Campus - Computer Science - 15.07.2024
Graduated and awarded prizes: Computer science students celebrate their graduation

Pharmacology - Health - 12.07.2024
Targeting lymphomas with an antibody-drug conjugate
A study from IOR, affiliated to USI, published in the journal Haematologica. explores the potent anti-cancer activity of loncastuximab tesirine, an antibody-drug conjugate (ADC) targeting CD19-positive B cell lymphomas. The research, led by Dr Chiara Tarantelli (IOR Senior Investigator) and Prof. Francesco Bertoni (IOR Group Leader and Deputy Director, USI Adjunct Professor), involves a collaborative effort from prominent institutions, including Case Western Reserve University, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, and Weill Cornell Medicine, among others.

Campus - Health - 12.07.2024
Six professors appointed

Sport - 12.07.2024
Running without air resistance
Running without air resistance

Administration - Politics - 11.07.2024
Safeguarding the public service in the digital era
Safeguarding the public service in the digital era

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

Innovation - Pharmacology - 09.07.2024
USI's Success in Securing BRIDGE Programme Grants
USI’s Success in Securing BRIDGE Programme Grants

Environment - Life Sciences - 09.07.2024
A list of priorities for the protection of biodiversity
A list of priorities for the protection of biodiversity
Biodiversity is dwindling rapidly, while measures to protect it are lagging behind the targets. Only one thing can help: utilising scarce resources as efficiently as possible where they are most effective. The "Lanat-3" research project lays the foundation for this with the help of the latest data and AI-supported models.

Environment - 09.07.2024
Pesticides in water bodies - there is still work to be done
Pesticides in water bodies - there is still work to be done
The VSA Water Quality Platform and Eawag have analysed the effects to date of the measures taken under the "Action Plan for Risk Reduction and Sustainable Use of Pesticides" on water quality.

Innovation - 08.07.2024
Training for the transport of the future

Research Management - 05.07.2024
Important updates ERC grants 2025: eligibility of Swiss host institutions

Health - Campus - 05.07.2024
Looking ahead internationally

Music - 05.07.2024
Gian Luzi Niederhauser wins orchestra position

Health - Pharmacology - 05.07.2024
Joining forces to cure children
Joining forces to cure children
The close collaboration between the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI and the University Children's Hospital Zurich for the benefit of children suffering from cancer began 20 years ago.

Astronomy / Space - 04.07.2024
IRSOL Annual Report 2023 published

Research Management - 04.07.2024
Horizon Europe: Extended access for researchers in Switzerland
Horizon Europe: Extended access for researchers in Switzerland

Music - Event - 03.07.2024
Jakob Pilgram and Marco Amherd become lecturers at the Institute for Classical and Church Music

Social Sciences - 03.07.2024
Learning lessons from medium-sized Swiss cities
Learning lessons from medium-sized Swiss cities
"La Suisse de A(rbon) à Z(oug): Portrait en 12 villes", a new book published by EPFL Press, eschews the traditional focus on major conurbations.

Innovation - Career - 02.07.2024
Empowering female scientists at the intersection of research and innovation

Astronomy / Space - Computer Science - 02.07.2024
A collaboration to push the boundaries of cosmos mapping
A collaboration to push the boundaries of cosmos mapping
EPFL officially joined the Multi Spectroscopic Telescope (MUST) project, led by China's Tsinghua University, as a founding member.

Environment - 02.07.2024
Presenting the new Eawag publication: Changes in Water
Presenting the new Eawag publication: Changes in Water

Physics - Innovation - 01.07.2024
Cooperation in reactor research
Copenhagen Atomics, a Danish molten salt reactor developer, and the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI, Switzerland's largest research institute for natural and engineering sciences, have signed a large-scale experimental collaboration agreement.

Economics - Campus - 01.07.2024
Financial Times Ranking: HSLU Master in Banking and Finance among the best in the world

Art and Design - Campus - 28.06.2024
Nadia Radwan appointed head of HEAD's Visual Arts Department
Nadia Radwan appointed head of HEAD’s Visual Arts Department
An art historian, researcher and curator with a charismatic personality and solid academic and curatorial experience, Nadia Radwan will take charge of the Visual Arts Department at HEAD - Geneva on September 1, 2024.

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.

Environment - 27.06.2024
STRIVE: Funded Projects

Environment - Economics - 27.06.2024
Public transport ticket included: HSLU study examines the effects of free outward and return journeys in tourism
Public transport ticket included: HSLU study examines the effects of free outward and return journeys in tourism Anyone who books three or more overnight stays in Appenzell Innerrhoden receives a free public transport ticket for the outward and return journey.

Event - Life Sciences - 26.06.2024
Basel honors Prisca Liberali with prestigious Science Prize

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 26.06.2024
Managing water in agriculture sustainably
Managing water in agriculture sustainably

Campus - Career - 26.06.2024
Introducing the young people of Valais to science
Introducing the young people of Valais to science

Health - Pharmacology - 26.06.2024
Federal Council steps up fight against antibiotic resistance
Bern, 26. The number of antibiotic-resistant bacteria is on the rise all'over the world. This poses a growing threat to the effective treatment of infections and places a significant burden on health systems, including Switzerland's.

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

Computer Science - 25.06.2024
Snow or plant
Snow or plant
Machine learning helps researchers to use weather stations to investigate the consequences of climate change for the growth of alpine vegetation. This text was automatically translated. Six days earlier than in 1998, on June 14 instead of June 20, plants begin to grow on average at higher altitudes in the Alps.

Administration - 25.06.2024
10% rise in Confederation's research and development expenditure in 2023

Politics - Research Management - 25.06.2024
Federal Councillor Guy Parmelin to travel to China with a business and science delegation

Health - Campus - 25.06.2024
A young researcher from USI among the winners of the IBSA Foundation Fellowship 2023

Music - Campus - 25.06.2024
Carolina Müller becomes new lecturer for the vocal specialization "Groove and Electronics"

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.

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
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