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Innovation - Environment - 25.07.2011
Modeling electricity markets: a challenge for the future
Modeling electricity markets: a challenge for the future
A research platform partially funded by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy has been established at EPFL.

Environment - Innovation - 22.06.2011

Transport - Innovation - 21.06.2011
Red Light, Green Light - Automated Driving Takes The Wheel
Today, at the HAVEit Final Event, 17 partners from the European automotive industry and scientific community, including EPFL, are set to demonstrate the highly automated future of driving.

Innovation - 20.06.2011
Augmented reality in smartphone
Augmented reality in smartphone
Imagine you're in a museum, and you can point your smartphone camera to a painting or an object in an exhibit and instantly get additional information about what you're looking at.

Health - Innovation - 19.05.2011
Novartis welcomes endorsement of Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework at World Health Assembly
Framework aims to improve effectiveness of responses to future pandemics and outlines principles for influenza virus and benefit-sharing Novartis reiterates commitment to global pandemic preparedness

Innovation - 13.05.2011
The future of regions in Europe hinges on Smart Specialisation?
How can regions be helped in recognizing their advantages and in putting forward their own strategies? Researchers from EPFL have developed a tool that will help them to develop a different kind of economy.

Health - Innovation - 10.05.2011
Designing medical devices for developing countries
Designing medical devices for developing countries
EssentialMed, a start-up based at EPFL's science park, has as its mission the development of medical devices specially designed for poorer countries.

Innovation - 09.05.2011
EPFL Spinoff Turns Thousands of 2D Photos into 3D Images
New EPFL spin-off Pix4D generates 3D images from simple snapshots and drones using cloud computing and takes time into account as well.

Health - Innovation - 01.03.2011
Scientists from IBM's global R&D labs show the future at CeBIT 2011
Scientists from IBM’s global R&D labs show the future at CeBIT 2011
Hanover, Germany, 1 Mar 2011 —The world of IT is looking to Hanover, Germany, this week, where CeBIT , the largest information technology show, presents the latest, the hottest and most significant IT solutions and trends.

Computer Science / Telecom - Innovation - 01.03.2011
Supercomputers the size of sugar cubes
Zurich, Switzerland, 1 Mar 2011—Energy consumption poses a critical challenge in the development of next-generation supercomputers and IT systems.

Innovation - Business / Economics - 28.01.2011
European research consortium to pilot digital privacy solutions at university and secondary school
Preserving privacy in school community portal and privacy protecting electronic university course evaluation | Danish | Dutch | | Greek | Spanish | Swedish Frankfurt, Germany, 28 January 2011—T

Physics - Innovation - 01.12.2010
Breakthrough chip technology lights the path to exascale computing
IBM silicon nanophotonics uses optical signals to connect chips faster and with lower power | Yorktown Heights, NY, USA, 1 December 2010—IBM (NYSE: IBM ) scientists today unveiled a new chip technology that integrates electrical and optical devices on the same piece of silicon, enabling computer chips to communicate using pulses of light (instead of electrical signals), resulting in smaller, faster and more power-efficient chips than is possible with conventional technologies.

Innovation - Politics - 24.08.2010
Swiss delegation led by Federal Councillor Didier Burkhalter travels to Brazil to discuss health and scientific cooperation
Bern, 24.08.2010 - From 25-30 August, a high-ranking scientific delegation led by Federal Council Didier Burkhalter will be travelling to Brazil for the purpose of consolidating relations between the two countries.

Business / Economics - Innovation - 04.06.2010

Innovation - 05.05.2010

Innovation - 03.03.2010
Technology from the Paul Scherrer Institute detects proton collisions at unprecedented levels of energy
Technology from the Paul Scherrer Institute detects proton collisions at unprecedented levels of energy
CERN has been able to take the first measurements of collisions between the highest-energy particles ever generated. These collisions were performed at CERN's new LHC accelerator and recorded with the CMS Experiment, which involved a key component (the barrel pixel detector) contributed by the Paul Scherrer Institute in collaboration with Swiss Universities.

Innovation - Business / Economics - 22.01.2010
IBM Research sets new record in magnetic tape data density
Zurich, Switzerland, 22 January 2010—IBM researchers today announced they have demonstrated a world record in areal data density on linear magnetic tape — a significant update to one of the computer industry's most resilient, reliable and affordable data storage technologies. IBM demonstrates new record in magnetic tape data density.

Business / Economics - Innovation - 13.01.2010
  2010 wird besser – vor allem aus Sicht des Transportwesens sowie von Banken und Versicherungen
Zurich - University of Zurich Schweizer Unternehmer blicken optimistisch ins neue Jahr: Vor allem Vertreter des Transportwesens, Dienstleister sowie Banken und Versicherungen erwarten ein verbessertes Wirtschaftsklima.

Innovation - Microtechnics - 11.12.2009
Roland Siegwart is new ETH Head of Research
11.12.2009 / Zurich - ETH Zürich . Vice President Research and Corporate Relations He heads the Executive Board division Research and Corporate Relations.

Environment - Innovation - 28.10.2009
Test lab for cities of tomorrow in Singapore
28.10.2009 / Zurich - ETH Zürich . ETH Zurich is stepping up its commitment in Asia: from mid-2010, a novel platform for urban development is to be established in Singapore in the form of the "Future Cities Laboratory".

Environment - Innovation - 25.09.2009
New Monte Rosa Hut SAC opens its doors
25.09.2009 / Zurich - ETH Zürich . The "hut of the future" is finished. After about six years on the drawing board - two of which as a student project design - and a construction phase spanning two summers, the New Monte Rosa Hut above Zermatt is finally open for business.

Innovation - 07.09.2009
Stimulating the economy
07.09.2009 / Bern - SNF The Swiss National Science Foundation has approved 28 additional technology transfer projects for National Centres of Competence in Research in the hopes of stimulating the economy both in the short and medium-term.

Administration - Innovation - 16.06.2009
Swiss-Korean meeting on the implementation of the government programme to encourage bilateral research cooperation
16.06.2009 / Bern - SBF Bern, 06/16/2009"SER)" State Secretary Mauro Dell"Ambrogio and the South Korean Vice Minister for Education, Science and Technology Sang Mok Lee today signed a j

Innovation - 29.01.2009
An innovative conference archiving solution
29.01.2009 / Bern - SNF Under the auspices of National Centre of Competence in Research IM2, researchers at the Idiap Research Institute have developed an innovative conference archiving solution.
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