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  • Changing shapes and materials using a 3D printer

    and materials using a 3D printer by sda Short News Changing shapes and materials using a 3D printer 3d printing magnets materials research technology Empa researchers have used a 3D printer to produce metal parts that are divided into surfaces with

    Changing shapes and materials using a 3D printer
  • Researchers create record-breaking flexible solar cell

    photovoltaics Never before have 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

    Researchers create record-breaking flexible solar cell
  • New propulsion systems on the test bench

    batteries for this vehicle class have to be very heavy. “Manufacturing batteries requires large quantities of raw materials and a considerable amount of energy, which must also come from renewable sources. Anyone who takes an environmental

    New propulsion systems on the test bench
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    solar cell Never before have 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

  • The power resides in its skin

    A. John Hart in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and works on methods to incorporate these novel energy storage materials directly into the carbon fibre skin of the car body. Lamborghini has projected four years for this joint project. The

    The power resides in its skin
  • Empa makes eco-cement

    impact on the environment. According to the Concrete & Asphalt Department at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research (Empa), the flourishing construction industry in Asia and Africa will continue drive up the demand

    Empa makes eco-cement
  • Structure that creates stability

    on structure to ensure the stability of their buildings.” They did not yet have access to the possibilities of modern materials. On the one hand, the geometry of the slab is designed to minimize the use of resources; on the other, the ribbed

    Structure that creates stability
  • ETH builds ultrafast chip of the future

    faster data transmission in optical communication networks in the future.” Further Short News Changing shapes and materials using a 3D printer Eye-tracking system facilitates pilot training Remote-controlled robots for dangerous missions in

    ETH builds ultrafast chip of the future
  • Innovative material surfaces to combat germs in hospitals

    infections are referred to as nosocomial infections. As a team of researchers from the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa) and physicians from the Cantonal Hospital of St. Gallen in Switzerland report, such

    Innovative material surfaces to combat germs in hospitals
  • Bones from a 3D printer

    customized bone implants that can be used, for example, for treatment after accidents. The project focuses on finding materials that are suitable for this goal. The scientists intend to apply advanced imaging techniques to precisely measure

    Bones from a 3D printer
  • New technology makes home hydrogen fueling stations feasible

    at practically any location – even in private households, says Andreas Züttel, Professor at the EPFL Laboratory of Materials for Renewable Energy. Combined with hydrogen production using electrolysis – i.e. the splitting of water using

    New technology makes home hydrogen fueling stations feasible
  • An invisible layer of door security

    with a display to indicate whether the code was entered correctly, its developers at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa) announced. As the conductive ink for the keypad, the researchers used indium-tin-oxide

    An invisible layer of door security
  • University of Zurich teaches drones tricks

    at the University of Zurich develop extremely agile drones ETH builds ultrafast chip of the future Changing shapes and materials using a 3D printer 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > Share this article E-mail Facebook Twitter LinkedIn WhatsApp Written by

    University of Zurich teaches drones tricks
  • Researchers at the University of Zurich develop extremely agile drones

    out of range of the remote control.” Further Short News ETH builds ultrafast chip of the future Changing shapes and materials using a 3D printer Eye-tracking system facilitates pilot training 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 > Share this article E-mail

    Researchers at the University of Zurich develop extremely agile drones
  • Researchers investigate environmental risks of nanomedicines

    Empa researchers are currently assessing potential risks. Innovations and risk analyses go hand in hand. Advances in materials research and medicine have driven forward a field of medicine known as nanomedicine, in which nanoparticles are used.

    Researchers investigate environmental risks of nanomedicines
  • Swissloop is hovering on a wave of success

    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 project managers Nathalie Nick and Pascal Finker

    Swissloop is hovering on a wave of success
  • Crash-proof drone

    smaller, and cheaper to produce than any previous technology. December 11, 2020 Short News Changing shapes and materials using a 3D printer Empa researchers have used a 3D printer to produce metal parts that are divided into surfaces with

    Crash-proof drone
  • The enchantress of numbers

    smaller, and cheaper to produce than any previous technology. December 11, 2020 Short News Changing shapes and materials using a 3D printer Empa researchers have used a 3D printer to produce metal parts that are divided into surfaces with

    The enchantress of numbers
  • ETH mathematicians facilitate rescue at sea

    smaller, and cheaper to produce than any previous technology. December 11, 2020 Short News Changing shapes and materials using a 3D printer Empa researchers have used a 3D printer to produce metal parts that are divided into surfaces with

    ETH mathematicians facilitate rescue at sea
  • Fiber optic cables reveal the inner workings of glaciers

    smaller, and cheaper to produce than any previous technology. December 11, 2020 Short News Changing shapes and materials using a 3D printer Empa researchers have used a 3D printer to produce metal parts that are divided into surfaces with

    Fiber optic cables reveal the inner workings of glaciers

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