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  • “In the corona crisis, we believe in science”

    “In the corona crisis, we believe in science” The author Lars Jaeger sees the corona crisis as an opportunity for science. In an interview with Naratek, he talks about the current developments, the similarities to earlier epidemics – and

    “In the corona crisis, we believe in science”
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    Wed, 04 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Holidays on Mars? Robots, journeys into space, and flying cars: Which visions out of science fiction movies have become reality? The classics of the genre in a “reality check”.

  • Holidays on Mars?

    Schmits Baking a cake with Alexa Holidays on Mars? Robots, journeys into space, and flying cars: Which visions out of science fiction movies have become reality? The classics of the genre in a “reality check”. Written by Andrea Schmits

    Holidays on Mars?
  • Tangible inventions in the world of tech, science and creative industries

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  • German researchers develop skin for robots

    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 surroundings more effectively and even to balance on one

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

    News Leg prosthesis communicates with the brain thanks to a new interface brain leg prosthesis medicine pain research science An international research team led jointly from Zurich and Lausanne has developed a novel interface between leg

    Leg prosthesis communicates with the brain thanks to a new interface
  • Brain-machine interfaces for the mass-market

    The level of difficulty gradually increased with each work station in the “Mental Work” factory. Fusion of science and art The exhibition was a fusion of science and art, implemented by the US artist and “experimental philosopher”

    Brain-machine interfaces for the mass-market
  • When tech and art meet, Naratek pays close attention

    All Science Mobility Lab “Changing the past is impossible, even with time travel” Travelling to the past or future is a

  • Leaders should be enablers - Naratek presents them to you

    All Lab Science Sustainable living Mobility Automated intelligence 3D Printing Bionics Smart Factory IoT AR/VR Robotics Machine

  • The world is divided over ethical artificial intelligence

    human player at StarCraft II Short News The world is divided over ethical artificial intelligence ai ethics research science Artificial intelligence is making huge strides. At best, its use should not harm anyone. But how can this be

    The world is divided over ethical artificial intelligence
  • Bettina Bhend

    been interested in the natural sciences and technology. But since I am poor at math, I became a historian and journalist. I am fascinated by everything

     Bettina Bhend
  • Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus

    Mount Pilatus by sda Short News Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus celestial bodies moon habitat mount pilatus science space habitat test operation A habitat for other celestial bodies – this is the goal behind the second edition of the

    Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus
  • Researchers create record-breaking flexible 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 percent.

    Researchers create record-breaking flexible solar cell
  • The enchantress of numbers

    possibilities of the technology as follows: “Supposing that the fundamental relations of pitched sounds in the science of harmony and of musical composition were susceptible of such expression and adaptations, the engine might compose

    The enchantress of numbers
  • Swissloop is hovering on a wave of success

    To many people, this undoubtedly sounds 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

    Swissloop is hovering on a wave of success
  • Downloadable prosthetic hand

    a hand replica Andreas Trojan founded the Appsocial Foundation, which, together with the Zurich University of Applied Sciences, set out to develop a hand prosthesis for children. In the meantime, this collaboration has given rise to the start-up

    Downloadable prosthetic hand
  • AI prodigy Shalev Lifshitz: “What values should we teach AI?”

    exploit each other’s skills. Humans would become a mix of machine and human intelligence. This sounds very much like science fiction! Yes, this convergence still lies in the distant future, but some technical components that will make this

    AI prodigy Shalev Lifshitz: “What values should we teach AI?”
  • Bones from a 3D printer

    bone, then populated by the body’s own cells and converted into normal bone. From the point of view of materials science, this is a major challenge, the scientists emphasize. The structure of the artificial bone matrix must be porous to

    Bones from a 3D printer
  • Using deep learning to create a digital sheet music stand

    Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau mountains, but rather around Mozart, Bach, and Beethoven. The Zurich University of Applied Sciences specialist for object recognition is working together with the start-up ScorePad on a project designed to revolutionize

    Using deep learning to create a digital sheet music stand
  • “The Mars mission demands humanitarianism”

    “In the corona crisis, we believe in science” The author Lars Jaeger sees the corona crisis as an opportunity for science. In an interview with Naratek, he talks about the current developments, the similarities to earlier epidemics – and

    “The Mars mission demands humanitarianism”