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Sport - 12.07.2024
Running without air resistance
Running without air resistance

Sport - 11.03.2024
Triathlon medallist and ETH student: ’A non-productive day is not the end of the world.’

Sport - 27.11.2023
Hannawa appointed ambassador of Uri

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.

Sport - 19.09.2023
"It’s important to believe in yourself"

Environment - Sport - 12.06.2023
'We should give something back to society'
’We should give something back to society’
Ruzica Dadic has been Head of the Snow and Atmosphere Research Unit at the WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research (SLF) since 1 February 2023.

Health - Sport - 15.03.2023
3D-printed insoles measure sole pressure directly in the shoe
3D-printed insoles measure sole pressure directly in the shoe
Researchers at ETH Zurich, Empa and EPFL are developing a 3D-printed insole with integrated sensors that allows the pressure of the sole to be measured in the shoe and thus during any activity.

Sport - 14.03.2023
New handlebars raise paralympic hopes
New handlebars raise paralympic hopes
ETH student Luca Hasler developed a new set of handlebars for para-athlete Flurina Rigling. The cyclist hopes these will boost her chances of qualifying for future events - including the 2024 Paralympics in Paris.

Sport - Computer Science - 15.12.2022
Artificial intelligence deployed to enhance sports performance
Artificial intelligence deployed to enhance sports performance
Researchers have teamed up with Dartfish and the Lausanne Hockey Club to push the boundaries of sports-performance analysis by applying computer vision and machine-learning technology to action on the ice. While there's no substitute for long hours of training, sports video analysis has become a must-have in the race for medals.

Sport - 11.07.2022
Sprinting, swerving and weaving is a matter of agility
Sprinting, swerving and weaving is a matter of agility
Summer series - Master's project. Soccer, tennis, skiing and many other sports involve changes of direction. For these athletes, performance hinges on speed and agility. Anything but running straight toward the goal! EPFL student Celestin Vallat has just completed his Master's project in mechanical engineering.

Sport - 13.06.2022
The chances of obtaining a managerial position are greatly enhanced after advanced professional education and training

Environment - Sport - 10.05.2022
Playing for climate protection
Playing for climate protection
If Switzerland wants to achieve its goal of being climate neutral by 2050, there are still many hurdles to overcome.

Sport - 18.11.2021
Switzerland and the USA to strengthen their vocational education and training cooperation

Computer Science - Sport - 30.08.2021
Software that helps us increase our mental strength
Software that helps us increase our mental strength
Which mental state do we need to be in to perform at our best? ETH Pioneer Fellow Marc Bächinger is working with Sarah Meissner to come up with the answer.

Sport - 25.07.2021
Scientist wins cycling gold medal in Tokyo Olympics
Scientist wins cycling gold medal in Tokyo Olympics

Sport - Career - 18.06.2021
'You can't cut corners'
’You can’t cut corners’

Health - Sport - 24.02.2021
Coronavirus: Federal Council takes first cautious step to reopen from 1 March

Sport - Innovation - 14.11.2020
Silke Pan wins silver in the Cybathlon with the TWIICE exoskeleton
Silke Pan wins silver in the Cybathlon with the TWIICE exoskeleton

History / Archeology - Sport - 12.10.2020
Central Asian Horse Riders Played Ball Games 3,000 Years Ago
Central Asian Horse Riders Played Ball Games 3,000 Years Ago
Researchers have investigated ancient leather balls discovered in the graves of horse riders in northwest China.

Sport - 13.03.2020
Finding the positives
Finding the positives
Heinz Frei is one of the most successful Swiss athletes of all time. He has been in a wheelchair since an accident over 40 years ago.

Sport - Innovation - 09.01.2020
2020 Youth Olympic Games: a testing ground for new technologies
Almost 2,000 athletes aged 18 and under will descend on Lausanne and the surrounding area for the Youth Olympic Games.

Sport - 23.07.2019
Cycling for equality: Postdoc Sara Beck riding the Tour de France route
Cycling for equality: Postdoc Sara Beck riding the Tour de France route

Sport - 03.10.2018
Local universities set to participate in the YOG in Buenos Aires
Local universities set to participate in the YOG in Buenos Aires

Sport - 02.07.2018
Parution de l’ouvrage "Global Sport Leaders. A Biographical Analysis of International Sport Management" sour la direction d’Emmanuel Bayle et Patrick Clastres

Health - Sport - 11.01.2018
Correct Warm-Up Reduces Soccer Injuries in Children by Half
Correct Warm-Up Reduces Soccer Injuries in Children by Half

Sport - 20.03.2017
The new NEST unit is slowly taking shape
The new NEST unit is slowly taking shape
The building work on the new Solar Fitness & Wellness unit is making steady progress. From August onwards, users will be able to enthusiastically indulge their sporting passions and then afterwards no less enthusiastically relax and recover from their efforts.

Sport - 06.09.2016
Exploding boules balls
A local festival, a pleasant summer's evening, a friendly game of boules - and suddenly a deafening bang.

Sport - Computer Science - 28.05.2014
Statistics that Help Win a Match
A tracking system for athletes, currently used by the Montreux Volley Masters, provides real-time statistics during the game on players and the ball.

Campus - Sport - 29.04.2014
University duel to mark anniversary
University duel to mark anniversary