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  • Naratek RSS Feed

    With the aid of a new type of neuronal electrode, researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) hope to stimulate the optic nerve. In the future, this could potentially assist blind people in their everyday life.

  • New technology makes home hydrogen fueling stations feasible

    makes home hydrogen fueling stations feasible electrolysis hydrogen private households A new development by the EPFL Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne is providing fresh impetus for the idea of the hydrogen car. The goal

    New technology makes home hydrogen fueling stations feasible
  • New type of electrode could help blind people

    With the aid of a new type of neuronal electrode, researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) hope to stimulate the optic nerve. In the future, this could potentially assist blind people in their everyday life.

    New type of electrode could help blind people
  • E-cars as electricity storage

    plastic E-cars as electricity storage Short News E-cars as electricity storage electric cars electricity storage empa epfl greenhouse gas emissions solar power Researchers have calculated the savings potential of imported greenhouse gas

    E-cars as electricity storage
  • Brain-machine interfaces for the mass-market

    production processes through the power of their minds. This vision was presented to the public on the campus of the EPFL Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne within the framework of the “Mental Work” project. At the same

    Brain-machine interfaces for the mass-market
  • Smart sanitary napkin monitors premature birth risk in pregnant women

    premature birth sensors Researchers at the University Hospital and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) have developed an “intelligent” sanitary napkin to monitor the risk of premature birth. The aim is to avoid long

    Smart sanitary napkin monitors premature birth risk in pregnant women
  • Researchers develop robotic ants with swarm intelligence

    to jump, crawl, and collectively tackle tasks: Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) have developed mini robots inspired by ants. Jaime Paik and her team at the EPFL have built a swarm of tiny robots that

    Researchers develop robotic ants with swarm intelligence
  • The enchantress of numbers

    With the aid of a new type of neuronal electrode, researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) hope to stimulate the optic nerve. In the future, this could potentially assist blind people in their everyday life.

    The enchantress of numbers
  • Robot evokes ghost illusions in Parkinson's patients

    induce hallucinations in the laboratory, researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) used a robotic procedure they call the "Robot Ghost Test." In it, Parkinson's patients were asked to operate a robot

    Robot evokes ghost illusions in Parkinson's patients
  • Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus

    met for the first time in Lausanne. They include students from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), and the University of Berne, as well as project teams from Italy,

    Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus
  • Swissloop is hovering on a wave of success

    a team from Munich emerged victorious. The competitors from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) came in third; Swissloop – an independent association of students from the ETH Zurich and other Swiss universities

    Swissloop is hovering on a wave of success
  • New design could make Internet from space even more efficient

    With the aid of a new type of neuronal electrode, researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) hope to stimulate the optic nerve. In the future, this could potentially assist blind people in their everyday life.

    New design could make Internet from space even more efficient
  • Robots revolutionize neurosurgery

    November 22, 2019 Short News New technology makes home hydrogen fueling stations feasible A new development by the EPFL Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne is providing fresh impetus for the idea of the hydrogen car. The goal

    Robots revolutionize neurosurgery
  • The unrecognized pioneer

    With the aid of a new type of neuronal electrode, researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) hope to stimulate the optic nerve. In the future, this could potentially assist blind people in their everyday life.

    The unrecognized pioneer
  • Moderna co-founder Bob Langer in conversation

    With the aid of a new type of neuronal electrode, researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) hope to stimulate the optic nerve. In the future, this could potentially assist blind people in their everyday life.

    Moderna co-founder Bob Langer in conversation
  • Surviving on Mars – thanks to cyanobacteria

    With the aid of a new type of neuronal electrode, researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) hope to stimulate the optic nerve. In the future, this could potentially assist blind people in their everyday life.

    Surviving on Mars – thanks to cyanobacteria
  • How to keep your underwear clean in space

    With the aid of a new type of neuronal electrode, researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) hope to stimulate the optic nerve. In the future, this could potentially assist blind people in their everyday life.

    How to keep your underwear clean in space
  • Flying wind power plants to generate energy at great heights

    risk in pregnant women Researchers at the University Hospital and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) have developed an “intelligent” sanitary napkin to monitor the risk of premature birth. The aim is to avoid long

    Flying wind power plants to generate energy at great heights
  • New algorithms help with anesthesia

    November 22, 2019 Short News New technology makes home hydrogen fueling stations feasible A new development by the EPFL Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne is providing fresh impetus for the idea of the hydrogen car. The goal

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

    November 22, 2019 Short News New technology makes home hydrogen fueling stations feasible A new development by the EPFL Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne is providing fresh impetus for the idea of the hydrogen car. The goal

    New material collects drinking water from the air

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