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  • Naratek RSS Feed

    the future is within reach. Here, Swiss industry can find advice on how to tackle the digital transformation. Head of Research Dominic Gorecky knows: There are still many hurdles to overcome on the path towards Industry 4.0.

  • Researchers investigate environmental risks of nanomedicines

    livers – thanks to an artificial body Researchers investigate environmental risks of nanomedicines by sda Short News Researchers investigate environmental risks of nanomedicines empa environmental risks nanomedicines pharmacological studies risk

    Researchers investigate environmental risks of nanomedicines
  • Researchers achieve local eradication of dengue and Zika fever carriers

    of dengue and Zika fever carriers by SDA / APA Innovative material surfaces to combat germs in hospitals Short News Researchers achieve local eradication of dengue and Zika fever carriers dengue fever tiger mosquito zika fever Researchers in China

    Researchers achieve local eradication of dengue and Zika fever carriers
  • Researchers develop robotic ants with swarm intelligence

    swarm intelligence by SDA / APA Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus electricity Short News Researchers develop robotic ants with swarm intelligence insects mini robot swarm intelligence tribots They are tiny and weigh just

    Researchers develop robotic ants with swarm intelligence
  • German researchers develop skin for robots

    skin for robots by SDA / DPA Leg prosthesis communicates with the brain thanks to a new interface Short News German researchers develop skin for robots research robotics science skin The aim of this is to enable robots to perceive their

    German researchers develop skin for robots
  • Researchers create record-breaking flexible solar cell

    create record-breaking flexible solar cell by SDA Physicists develop potential quantum computer interface Short News Researchers create record-breaking flexible solar cell efficiency flexible solar cell photovoltaics Never before have flexible

    Researchers create record-breaking flexible solar cell
  • Quantum Internet: Researchers create a tap-proof connection

    quantum properties Quantum Internet: Researchers create a tap-proof connection by sda / apa Short News Quantum Internet: Researchers create a tap-proof connection quantum encryption quantum internet quantum physics tap-proof communications It appears

    Quantum Internet: Researchers create a tap-proof connection
  • The enchantress of numbers

    Germany, are laying a technological foundation. July 28, 2020 Short News Eye-tracking system facilitates pilot training Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a system to facilitate pilot training and thus make flying safer. The software uses

    The enchantress of numbers
  • Researchers unveil energy storage concept using a sand cable car

    unveil energy storage concept using a sand cable car alternative energy cable car energy storage sand cable car Researchers have come up with the vision of a pumped storage power plant of a special kind. Their idea involves a type of cable car

    Researchers unveil energy storage concept using a sand cable car
  • Study: Reducing the carbon footprint of houses and cars also saves money

    carbon footprint attributable to driving and housing while saving money at the same time. This has been determined by researchers from the “Bioenergy and Sustainable Technologies” (BEST) competence center in Wieselburg, Austria. In their study

    Study: Reducing the carbon footprint of houses and cars also saves money
  • More suitable donor livers – thanks to an artificial body

    suitable donor livers – thanks to an artificial body donor liver liver organ donation survival period transplantation Researchers in Zurich have built a machine that can keep donor livers alive for up to one week. This opens up possibilities to

    More suitable donor livers – thanks to an artificial body
  • Physicists develop potential quantum computer interface

    potential quantum computer interface quantum computers quantum physics silicon bars For the first time ever, a team of researchers has succeeded in making a silicon bar emit quantum-physically entangled radiation. The researchers hope that the

    Physicists develop potential quantum computer interface
  • Innovative material surfaces to combat germs in hospitals

    nature, but resilient accumulations of germs, which particularly in hospitals can present a health hazard. Now, Swiss researchers are developing new types of material surfaces to deny these stubborn germ cultures a breeding ground. During their

    Innovative material surfaces to combat germs in hospitals
  • Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus electricity

    robotic ants with swarm intelligence Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus electricity by SDA Researchers create record-breaking flexible solar cell Short News Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus

    Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus electricity
  • Race to the quantum leap

    could eventually supersede conventional computers. Hence, corporations and governments are investing millions in research. A visit to the leading laboratories reveals: Progress is being made. Three minutes instead of 10,000 years. This is how

    Race to the quantum leap
  • Making decisions – how the brain uses a trick

    or when browsing the menu in a restaurant: Being faced with dozens of options make it difficult to choose. However, as researchers at the University of Basel recently revealed, our attention is quickly drawn to the two best options. This makes

    Making decisions – how the brain uses a trick
  • New design could make Internet from space even more efficient

    Companies such as Amazon and Space X want to use them to connect even the remotest corners of the globe to the Internet. Researchers from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich recently unveiled how this Internet from space could be

    New design could make Internet from space even more efficient
  • Are electrically driven ships viable?

    Maritime transport accounts for a significant portion of global CO₂ emissions. Commissioned by a shipping company, researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH) investigated how this could be changed. They see

    Are electrically driven ships viable?
  • New type of electrode could help blind people

    of electrode could help blind people blindness electrode optic nerve 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

    New type of electrode could help blind people
  • Smallest stent in the world from a 4D printer

    from a 4D printer 4d printing fetuses stent urinary tract Thanks to a new process known as “indirect 4D printing”, researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ) have succeeded in producing a tiny vascular prosthesis

    Smallest stent in the world from a 4D printer