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  • Cans can

    or smoking, were not very satisfactory. The breakthrough came 15 years later: The French confectioner Nicolas Appert pocketed the prize money – for “the art of preserving all animal and vegetable substances for several years”.

    Cans can
  • Robots revolutionize neurosurgery

    robot remain a subject of controversy. The operations are significantly more expensive than manual procedures and take approximately the same time. Also from a medical viewpoint, the high investments only pay off to a limited extent. The Swiss Medical

    Robots revolutionize neurosurgery
  • Technology that breaks the mold

    incurring any overlapping or blending of the projections. Where milliseconds count As effortless as the illusions appear, they are based on a highly complex interplay of tracking points, sensors, cameras, projectors, and software: Data is

    Technology that breaks the mold
  • Robot evokes ghost illusions in Parkinson's patients

    keypads. People who know that it’s there can use it to enter their building access code. April 05, 2021 Short News Apple car on the horizon? In 2020, the tech giant Apple massively ramped up its testing of self-driving cars. Does this mean

    Robot evokes ghost illusions in Parkinson's patients
  • New algorithms help with anesthesia

    keypads. People who know that it’s there can use it to enter their building access code. April 05, 2021 Short News Apple car on the horizon? In 2020, the tech giant Apple massively ramped up its testing of self-driving cars. Does this mean

    New algorithms help with anesthesia
  • New material collects drinking water from the air

    keypads. People who know that it’s there can use it to enter their building access code. April 05, 2021 Short News Apple car on the horizon? In 2020, the tech giant Apple massively ramped up its testing of self-driving cars. Does this mean

    New material collects drinking water from the air
  • The sensor that sweats with you

    keypads. People who know that it’s there can use it to enter their building access code. April 05, 2021 Short News Apple car on the horizon? In 2020, the tech giant Apple massively ramped up its testing of self-driving cars. Does this mean

    The sensor that sweats with you
  • Here comes the mouse!

    another 300. The Xerox Star is a flop. Steve Jobs steps in It takes a visionary like Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, to transfer the mouse from the development lab to almost every desk in the world. Xerox invites Jobs, who had just

    Here comes the mouse!
  • From the lab onto the dinner table: meat analogues

    to beetroot – is even just as juicy as a real burger. Animals are inefficient energy converters Ethan Brown’s approach is called food hacking and is part of a major trend: the technologizing of food production, which ideally takes account

    From the lab onto the dinner table: meat analogues
  • Apple car on the horizon?

    door security Short News Apple car on the horizon? apple autonomous driving self-driving cars In 2020, the tech giant Apple massively ramped up its testing of self-driving cars. Does this mean the company has plans to start manufacturing its

    Apple car on the horizon?
  • The Digital Artisan

    was the state of alienation and loneliness: “The point where the self becomes lost on the Net, and the real world appears increasingly alien.” Provoking mistakes Esther Hunziker explores social phenomena such as YouTubers. Her tools to put

    The Digital Artisan
  • Self-optimizers or a benefit to society?

    situations. But it also has its positive aspects, and it is with these that I will begin. In 1988, a term first appeared in a Washington Post article (“Playing God in your Basement”), which only the initiated knew anything about at that

    Self-optimizers or a benefit to society?
  • New type of electrode could help blind people

    form of light impressions. Researchers from the EPFL, led by Silvestro Micera and Diego Ghezzi, have presented a new approach in the “Nature Biomedical Engineering” journal. It is a special type of electrode that can be used to stimulate the

    New type of electrode could help blind people
  • Irrationality with a clear conscience

    really form an opinion, the best thing is to actually climb into the driver’s seat. Because there, it quickly becomes apparent that the Taycan is in no way inferior to its conventionally powered siblings. Visually, the elegant four-door sports

    Irrationality with a clear conscience
  • AI is at the core of Naratek's focus

    to be aware of the dangers. Using deep learning to create a digital sheet music stand Researcher Lukas Tuggener and app developer Florian Seibold intend to revolutionize the world of professional music. They are digitizing sheet music

  • When tech and art meet, Naratek pays close attention

    But this does not necessarily have to be the case. As a solution developed by a start-up in Zurich shows: A simpler approach is possible. When AI creates art Machines can be creative, says Daniel Bisig, an AI expert who is conducting research

  • Tangible inventions in the world of tech, science and creative industries

    to produce metal parts that are divided into surfaces with different properties. Among other things, they hope to apply this technology to improve the efficiency of electric motors. The enchantress of numbers The first algorithm was

  • “Quick eye” improved da Vinci’s sketches and paintings

    But this does not necessarily have to be the case. As a solution developed by a start-up in Zurich shows: A simpler approach is possible. February 04, 2020 Feature story When AI creates art Machines can be creative, says Daniel Bisig, an AI

    “Quick eye” improved da Vinci’s sketches and paintings
  • Smallest stent in the world from a 4D printer

    Gaston De Bernardis explained in the press release, this opens up the constricted urinary tract. The road to clinical application is still a long one. Nevertheless, the study’s lead author Carmela De Marco from the ETH Zurich is confident: “We

    Smallest stent in the world from a 4D printer
  • ETH mathematicians facilitate rescue at sea

    to produce metal parts that are divided into surfaces with different properties. Among other things, they hope to apply this technology to improve the efficiency of electric motors. September 07, 2020 Feature story The enchantress of

    ETH mathematicians facilitate rescue at sea

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