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  • An alpine battleship as a modern data bunker?

    by Thomas Kaiser Photos by Stefan Jermann March 02, 2021 There are thousands of military fortifications throughout Switzerland. They used to be a crucial part of the national defense infrastructure, but today they have been repurposed as cheese

    An alpine battleship as a modern data bunker?
  • Naratek RSS Feed

    Fri, 29 Nov 2019 09:35:28 +0100 The man with the robotic arm Life without your right hand? Michael Fornasier from Switzerland was born this way. Thanks to his bionic hand prosthesis, he is not only able to master his everyday life â€" he has

  • Online tool evaluates the ecological footprint of cars

    ecological footprint of vehicles with different types of propulsion. According to the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Switzerland, the calculations are intended to serve as a decision-making aid when purchasing a car. Gasoline, diesel, electric, or

    Online tool evaluates the ecological footprint of cars
  • Intelligent bra to detect breast cancer

    and air Short News Intelligent bra to detect breast cancer breast cancer early detection mammography Researchers from Switzerland and France have started to develop a brassiere that detects breast cancer at an early stage. Such a smart bra would be

    Intelligent bra to detect breast cancer
  • Empa makes eco-cement

    climate climate change co2 concrete research Cement production is responsible for 9 percent of carbon emissions in Switzerland. Researchers at Empa believe that this can be changed. Even cement production methods that absorb more CO₂ than they

    Empa makes eco-cement
  • The man with the robotic arm

    by Lukas Rüttimann Photos by Stefan Jermann November 25, 2019 Life without your right hand? Michael Fornasier from Switzerland was born this way. Thanks to his bionic hand prosthesis, he is not only able to master his everyday life – he has

    The man with the robotic arm
  • Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus electricity

    into liquid or gaseous energy carriers. A group of researchers recently explored the potential of power-to-X for Switzerland. In future, up to one million cars in Switzerland could be powered by methane produced using power-to-gas processes.

    Improved carbon footprint thanks to the utilization of surplus electricity
  • photo basel

    is Switzerland's first and only art fair dedicated to photography based art. Termine Tue, 21.09.2021 - Sun, 26.09.2021 + Add to

    photo basel
  • “The ability to feed the subconscious is essential”

    self-critical to keep questioning your path. And what about failure? It strikes me that mistakes are frowned upon in Switzerland, whereas in the US, for example, the attitude towards failure is much more relaxed. What is your experience? That is

    “The ability to feed the subconscious is essential”
  • Irrationality with a clear conscience

    2021 Interview An alpine battleship as a modern data bunker? There are thousands of military fortifications throughout Switzerland. They used to be a crucial part of the national defense infrastructure, but today they have been repurposed as cheese

    Irrationality with a clear conscience
  • “Autonomous driving will be a revolution”

    vehicles are already on the road All around the globe, developers are testing self-driving vehicles. A selection. Switzerland: Since March 2018, a self-driving shuttle bus has been in operation in the Swiss municipality of Neuhausen am Rheinfall.

    “Autonomous driving will be a revolution”
  • The dilemma of self-driving cars

    provides a basis for this public and political debate on the increasing automation of vehicles and their future role in Switzerland. In their report, the experts outline various possible developments in Switzerland based on a number of scenarios. More

    The dilemma of self-driving cars
  • The power resides in its skin

    ecological footprint of vehicles with different types of propulsion. According to the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Switzerland, the calculations are intended to serve as a decision-making aid when purchasing a car. December 11, 2020 Short News

    The power resides in its skin
  • An end to flight shame

    ecological footprint of vehicles with different types of propulsion. According to the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Switzerland, the calculations are intended to serve as a decision-making aid when purchasing a car. December 11, 2020 Short News

    An end to flight shame
  • Flying wind power plants to generate energy at great heights

    This was first achieved in the fall of 2018 using a prototype on the heights of the Chasseral mountain in western Switzerland. The energy kite with a wingspan of three meters took off from the base vehicle, climbed into the air, circled

    Flying wind power plants to generate energy at great heights
  • Climate scenarios made simple

    11, 2020 Short News Empa makes eco-cement Cement production is responsible for 9 percent of carbon emissions in Switzerland. Researchers at Empa believe that this can be changed. Even cement production methods that absorb more CO₂ than they

    Climate scenarios made simple
  • Swissloop is hovering on a wave of success

    the University of Zurich, the University of St. Gallen, and the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland. More than fifty students have participated in this project since 2016. The prototypes of the Swissloop pod are

    Swissloop is hovering on a wave of success
  • In a smart factory, the products control their own production processes

    outskirts to the city center of Biel. At the end of 2020, with a total floor space of some 15,000 square meters, the Switzerland Innovation Park Biel/Bienne will open its doors right next to the main railway station. The new complex, which is

    In a smart factory, the products control their own production processes
  • Leaders should be enablers - Naratek presents them to you

    ecological footprint of vehicles with different types of propulsion. According to the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Switzerland, the calculations are intended to serve as a decision-making aid when purchasing a car. Empa makes eco-cement Cement

  • Smart sanitary napkin monitors premature birth risk in pregnant women

    SDA Photos by Keystone Read also December 16, 2019 Short News Intelligent bra to detect breast cancer Researchers from Switzerland and France have started to develop a brassiere that detects breast cancer at an early stage. Such a smart bra would be

    Smart sanitary napkin monitors premature birth risk in pregnant women

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