Number results: 56

  • New algorithms help with anesthesia

    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

    New algorithms help with anesthesia
  • The sensor that sweats with you

    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 sensor that sweats with you
  • 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
  • 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
  • Apple car on the horizon?

    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

    Apple car on the horizon?
  • 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
  • Race to the quantum leap

    40 years ago. For example, the technology is expected to help with the development of drugs or open the door to new materials. In the meantime, it is already possible to calculate the basic states of simple molecules. The limiting factor is the

    Race to the quantum leap
  • 3D-printed cellulose skin sensor could monitor blood values

    that can monitor blood values. Together with Canadian colleagues, a team from the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa), led by Gilberto Siqueira, have developed skin sensors made of nanocellulose and silver

    3D-printed cellulose skin sensor could monitor blood values
  • A supersonic comeback

    Overture will have about half the seats of the Concorde and will use at least 30 percent less fuel, thanks to composite materials and improved aircraft engine technology. Scholl calculates that “the 40 to 70 seats in first and business class of a

    A supersonic comeback
  • Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus electricity

    processes. This is one of the 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

    Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus electricity
  • German researchers develop skin for robots

    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

    German researchers develop skin for robots
  • Leg prosthesis communicates with the brain thanks to a new interface

    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

    Leg prosthesis communicates with the brain thanks to a new interface
  • Moderna co-founder Bob Langer in conversation

    and they wanted me to help them to come up with some innovative ideas. We did actually come up with ideas about materials that could get rid of frizz and give hair more body. But Grace Ray, the CEO, said to me: “Bob, 95 percent of the

    Moderna co-founder Bob Langer in conversation
  • How to keep your underwear clean in space

    temperature during strenuous physical work in space. Microbes to keep clothes clean Currently, antimicrobial materials such as silver or copper are commonly used. They reduce the proliferation of microorganisms in clothing - but can cause

    How to keep your underwear clean in space
  • Behavior-based authentication as an alternative to a plethora of passwords

    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

    Behavior-based authentication as an alternative to a plethora of passwords
  • Self-optimizers or a benefit to society?

    with all microorganisms that do not cause disease. Users of the laboratory are also trained in the correct disposal of materials, she adds. On the trail of viruses Currently, Aronoff is participating in one of the biohacker scene’s most important

    Self-optimizers or a benefit to society?
  • High melanin yield from the honey fungus

    to produce this marvelous substance on an industrial scale. Now, researchers at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa) have found a helper in nature: The honey fungus in Oregon, USA, which has grown to become

    High melanin yield from the honey fungus
  • Tangible inventions in the world of tech, science and creative industries

    plasmonic chip is more powerful, smaller, and cheaper to produce than any previous technology. 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

  • For the very first time in space, the ISS crew has produced meat using a 3D printer

    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

    For the very first time in space, the ISS crew has produced meat using a 3D printer

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