Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETHZ

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETHZ
Zurich, Zurich region
Web: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETHZ external link
Location: Zurich
Affiliation : Conseil des EPF / ETH Rat

ETH Zurich is a science and technology university with an outstanding research record. ETH Zurich is the study, research and work place of 18,000 people from 80 nations. About 350 professors in 16 departments teach mainly in the engineering sciences and architecture, system-oriented sciences, mathematics and natural sciences areas and carry out research that is highly valued worldwide. As an internationally oriented institution of higher education and a nationally grounded one this forward-looking task is fulfilled in service to the Swiss nation.

Earth Sciences Oct 5
Earth Sciences
ETH researchers show that magma chambers under supervolcanoes are more like soggy sponges than reservoirs of molten rock. Before a volcano of this kind erupts, such mush must slowly be reactivated by heat input following deep magma recharge ultimately derived from the Earth's mantle.
Life Sciences Oct 3
Life Sciences

Researchers at ETH have discovered that the formation of protein aggregates in yeast cells is reversible.

Environment Oct 2

Branco Weiss fellow Gabriele Manoli wants to enrich urban research with quantitative models and establish a new science dedicated to creating green cities.

Administration Sep 29

In the ETH domain, tuition fees are to be increased by 500 Swiss francs per year. After the increase, ETH Zurich's tuition fees are roughly on a par with those of other Swiss universities.

Astronomy Oct 3

The observation of gravitational waves last year captivated professionals in the field. Experts, including at ETH Zurich, expected that this discovery would be awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics.

Environment Sep 29

At its meeting of 28 September 2017, the ETH Board appointed 5 new professors upon application of ETH Zurich President Lino Guzzella.

Chemistry Sep 28

A new generation of microsensors could provide the vital link between food products and the Internet of Things.

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