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 EPFL spin-off project to develop a portable tool for extracting and sequencing DNA samples in hard-to-reach places has recently launched.
Scientists at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, have teamed up with a start-up to develop a model that can predict when a system change is imminent.
A self-repairing composite comes as a godsend now that composite polymer materials are widely used and the environment must be protected.
A practical problem online concerns one’s online identity. Verified accounts have issues with privacy - a problem a digital token might solve.
A Swiss scientific institution has developed an artificial aorta that reduces the amount of pumping that the heart of a cardiac patient has to do. This offers an alternative to heart transplants.
In some countries, there is still a lot of resistance against wearing mouth masks. Nevertheless, it does appear to have an effect in the fight […]
A team of students from the Swiss Lausanne’s technical university EPFL is working on an app to check if your cough is a symptom of […]
Last year it was a TU München student who ran off with the first prize, this year the jury couldn’t help but designate a local […]