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  • Researchers investigate environmental risks of nanomedicines

    environmental risks of nanomedicines by sda Short News Researchers investigate environmental risks of nanomedicines empa environmental risks nanomedicines pharmacological studies risk analysis Nanomaterials are opening up new possibilities

    Researchers investigate environmental risks of nanomedicines
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    are probably wood and paper. But in the form of nanocellulose, it is also a promising material for the medical field. Empa researchers are working on a 3D-printed skin sensor made of a jelly-like material that can monitor blood values.

  • Flying wind power plants to generate energy at great heights

    to generate energy at great heights energy kites power plants wind power At high altitudes the wind is much stronger. Empa researchers want to harness the energy slumbering in the wind with the aid of kites. The technology would be

    Flying wind power plants to generate energy at great heights
  • 3D-printed cellulose skin sensor could monitor blood values

    are probably wood and paper. But in the form of nanocellulose, it is also a promising material for the medical field. Empa researchers are working on a 3D-printed skin sensor made of a jelly-like material that can monitor blood values.

    3D-printed cellulose skin sensor could monitor blood values
  • Researchers create record-breaking flexible solar cell

    flexible solar cells been so efficient: A team from the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa) has created a flexible thin-film solar cell with a record-breaking efficiency of 20.8 percent. Flexible thin-film solar

    Researchers create record-breaking flexible solar cell
  • Swissloop is hovering on a wave of success

    extremely futuristic. The reality of Swissloop, however, is a far cry from science fiction. In a small workshop at Empa – the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology in the municipality of Dübendorf – the two

    Swissloop is hovering on a wave of success
  • Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus electricity

    conclusions of a white paper that researchers from the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa), the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), and other research institutes submitted to the Swiss Federal Energy Research

    Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus electricity
  • Intelligent bra to detect breast cancer

    Short News Flying wind power plants to generate energy at great heights At high altitudes the wind is much stronger. Empa researchers want to harness the energy slumbering in the wind with the aid of kites. The technology would be

    Intelligent bra to detect breast cancer
  • “The Ocean Cleanup” intends to use garbage catchers to remove plastic from rivers

    Short News Flying wind power plants to generate energy at great heights At high altitudes the wind is much stronger. Empa researchers want to harness the energy slumbering in the wind with the aid of kites. The technology would be

    “The Ocean Cleanup” intends to use garbage catchers to remove plastic from rivers
  • Smart sanitary napkin monitors premature birth risk in pregnant women

    Short News Flying wind power plants to generate energy at great heights At high altitudes the wind is much stronger. Empa researchers want to harness the energy slumbering in the wind with the aid of kites. The technology would be

    Smart sanitary napkin monitors premature birth risk in pregnant women
  • Rhythmical activity detected in lab-grown mini-brains

    Short News Flying wind power plants to generate energy at great heights At high altitudes the wind is much stronger. Empa researchers want to harness the energy slumbering in the wind with the aid of kites. The technology would be

    Rhythmical activity detected in lab-grown mini-brains
  • The power resides in its skin

    are probably wood and paper. But in the form of nanocellulose, it is also a promising material for the medical field. Empa researchers are working on a 3D-printed skin sensor made of a jelly-like material that can monitor blood values.

    The power resides in its skin
  • Billions for zero-carbon freighters

    are probably wood and paper. But in the form of nanocellulose, it is also a promising material for the medical field. Empa researchers are working on a 3D-printed skin sensor made of a jelly-like material that can monitor blood values.

    Billions for zero-carbon freighters
  • Will robots soon help care for the elderly?

    burden on caregivers to improve the quality of their work. “You cannot replace human care. A robot simply lacks the empathy,” Jörn Vogel says. But if a mug is dropped, the robot arm could clear it up and wipe up the spill. But only if

    Will robots soon help care for the elderly?
  • Study: Reducing the carbon footprint of houses and cars also saves money

    Nanomaterials are opening up new possibilities in medicine. But what if such nanomaterials escape into the environment? Empa researchers are currently assessing potential risks. June 26, 2020 Short News More suitable donor livers – thanks to

    Study: Reducing the carbon footprint of houses and cars also saves money
  • Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus

    are probably wood and paper. But in the form of nanocellulose, it is also a promising material for the medical field. Empa researchers are working on a 3D-printed skin sensor made of a jelly-like material that can monitor blood values.

    Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus
  • An end to flight shame

    are probably wood and paper. But in the form of nanocellulose, it is also a promising material for the medical field. Empa researchers are working on a 3D-printed skin sensor made of a jelly-like material that can monitor blood values.

    An end to flight shame
  • Are electrically driven ships viable?

    are probably wood and paper. But in the form of nanocellulose, it is also a promising material for the medical field. Empa researchers are working on a 3D-printed skin sensor made of a jelly-like material that can monitor blood values.

    Are electrically driven ships viable?
  • Negative emissions: Major breakthrough or empty promise?

    are probably wood and paper. But in the form of nanocellulose, it is also a promising material for the medical field. Empa researchers are working on a 3D-printed skin sensor made of a jelly-like material that can monitor blood values.

    Negative emissions: Major breakthrough or empty promise?
  • New design could make Internet from space even more efficient

    are probably wood and paper. But in the form of nanocellulose, it is also a promising material for the medical field. Empa researchers are working on a 3D-printed skin sensor made of a jelly-like material that can monitor blood values.

    New design could make Internet from space even more efficient