Researchers from the Swiss University EPFL have built a footbridge prototype using reinforced-concrete blocks from walls of a building being renovated. The blocks were cut […]
Many people are confronted with chronic pain that can last for months or even years. How to best treat chronic pain? First, pain must be […]
Swiss hospital uses Big Data to develop targeted individualized therapies for cancer and other complex diseases
The redox flow battery is a promising energy storage technology. Swiss research has refined this technology. It can provide a solution to two current issues.
Two Swiss researchers have developed the technology MyFlow that helps you become mentally stronger.
Swiss researchers have shown that a certain region of the brain does not, as previously thought, control just walking but many other movements as well.
Switzerland's EPFL has figured out a way to use phosphate salt to prevent toxic lead from entering the soil in the event that a perovskite solar cell is damaged.
Configuration takes one millionth of a second and has a frequency range of more than 10,000 GHz. Polimi (Politecnico di Milano) presented the results of its optical chip this week.
Geologists have closely studied the causes of volcanic eruptions. This way they hope to be able to better detect possible signs of an eruption in the future and predict eruptions.
Researchers at ETH Zurich in Switzerland have found an "unexpectedly high number of substances of potential concern" in plastics used in plastic manufacturing
Thales Alenia is going to supply the technology for the world's only network of satellites in low earth orbit.
German and Swiss scientists want to use ESA parabolic flights to find out what influence gravity has on biochemical processes in cartilage cells to further research osteoarthritis.
Swiss scientists have developed a control device that allows drone swarms to fly around obstacles without colliding with other drones in the swarm.
EPFL researchers have developed a hydrogel that forms within a soft tissue tear or laceration and uses ultraviolet light to bind it together.
An Empa researcher and her team are trying to figure out how to tell if a self-driving car has gone "blind" and its sensors need replacing.
Swiss battery company HPB has developed the world's first solid-state battery whose core is the result of a chemical reaction
Determining the spatial pattern of gene expression in the body without the use of microscopes can confidently be called a marvelous discovery.
An EPFL spin-off project to develop a portable tool for extracting and sequencing DNA samples in hard-to-reach places has recently launched.
A solar-powered weeding robot that uses 95 percent fewer pesticides. Now that is what we call sustainable farming.
A self-repairing composite comes as a godsend now that composite polymer materials are widely used and the environment must be protected.