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PSI, Paul Scherrer Institute

Astronomy - Physics/Materials Science
08.04.2014
Astral matter from the Paul Scherrer Institute
Media Releases Matter and Material Processes in stars recreated with isotopes from PSI To understand why chemical elements exist in certain amounts on Earth, processes that take place in exploding stars – supernovae – need to be studied. After all, much of the matter that makes up the earth was formed in a supernova billions of years ago and hurled into space by the explosion.
Physics/Materials Science - Chemistry
04.04.2014
Fuel cell know-how from the Paul Scherrer Institute at the core of the SBB minibar
Fuel cell know-how from the Paul Scherrer Institute at the core of the SBB minibar
Media Releases Energy and Environment On 4 April 2014 SBB is to launch a new minibar model in its Intercity trains.
Physics/Materials Science - Medicine/Pharmacology
24.02.2014
The proton accelerator at the Paul Scherrer Institute: forty years of top-flight research
The proton accelerator at the Paul Scherrer Institute: forty years of top-flight research
Media Releases Large Scale Facilities Research Using Muons Research Using Neutrons Particle Physics Matter and Material Materials research, particle physics, molecular biology, archaeology –
Environmental Sciences - Physics/Materials Science
17.12.2013
Experiments in the clouds – how soot influences the climate
Experiments in the clouds – how soot influences the climate
Media Releases Energy and Environment Environment PSI-researcher Martin Gysel receives prestigious European funding (ERC Consolidator Grant) for his studies on the role of soot in cloud formation and global warming.
Administration/Government - Physics/Materials Science
12.12.2013
The Paul Scherrer Institute runs two of the energy competence centres of the Swiss government
The Paul Scherrer Institute runs two of the energy competence centres of the Swiss government
Energy and Environment Media Releases The competence centres established as part of the Coordinated Energy Research Switzerland action plan are to start work in 2014.
Physics/Materials Science - Life Sciences
17.11.2013
How botox binds to neurons
How botox binds to neurons
Media Releases Biology Research Using Synchrotron Light Human Health Researchers elucidate how botulinum neurotoxin A binds to its protein receptor and thus provide a basis for the development of new drugs Botulinum neurotoxin A, better known as botox, is a highly dangerous toxin that causes paralysis in man that may prove fatal.