A team of international researchers has found that autistic children who grow up bilingual can compensate for certain basic deficits better than monolingual children.
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.
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
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.
Researchers at Empa and ETH Zurich have developed a process for wood that generates electrical voltage when pressure is applied to it, thereby acting as a bio-sensor or generating energy.
At the Swiss Market Entry Bootcamp and Startup Days in Bern, 40 start-ups from 20 countries will present solutions for industries that are particularly affected by COVID-19.
Swiss electric sports car manufacturer Piëch Automotive is hiring new management staff from BMW, Porsche and Tesla to press ahead with the market launch of the luxury sports car.
Swiss scientists have identified the sites on the ‘armour’ of SARS-CoV-2 that are most often targeted by antibodies. The University of Geneva (UNIGE) announced last […]
Rescue and salvage operations at sea are particularly challenging for the rescuers, as it usually takes a certain amount of time for the emergency services […]
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 […]
Almost the entire world has been social distancing for weeks now on account of the coronavirus pandemic. Or for months, as is the case in […]
There is, in principle, only one method for early detection of cancer: regular check-ups. These are often unpleasant, e.g. mammograms or colonoscopies. Plus they are […]
We fall, we are pursued and are unable to move, we want to scream. But no sound comes out, a loved one dies or suddenly […]
Microplastics is literally on everyone’s lips. Every person eats, drinks and breathes up to five grams of microplastics per week – and therefore basically eats […]
The month of November is already in full swing. However, at IO we’re taking a look back at the month of October. After all, we […]
When cancer cells travel through the body, metastases are often likely to develop. These metastases generally spread in two ways. They may metastasize via the […]