PSI, Paul Scherrer Institute
PSI, Paul Scherrer Institute
At the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI, Beate Timmermann built up a programme providing proton therapy for children with cancer at the same time she was raising her own son. Today she is head of the Clinic for Particle Therapy at the West German Proton Therapy Centre in Essen (WPE) and is considered one of the most accomplished experts in this field.
First-time precise measurement of gamma-ray bursts conducted successfully from a space station A detector called POLAR, developed at PSI, has been sent to outer space to collect data.
A new material for energy-efficient data storage reaches computer operating temperature. Multiferroics are considered miraculous materials for future data storage - as long as their special properties can be preserved at computer operating temperatures.
Successful pilot experiment on biomolecules at the newest large research facility of PSI. For the development of new medicinal agents, accurate knowledge of biological processes in the body is a prerequisite.
X-rays aid better understanding of electron mobility in a modern transistor. The electronics industry expects a novel high-performance transistor made of gallium nitride to offer considerable advantages over present-day high-frequency transistors.
PSI researchers are first to transfer state-of-the-art microscopy method to X-ray imaging. X-rays provide unique insights into the interior of materials, tissues, and cells. Researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI have developed a new method that makes X-ray images even better: The resolution is higher and allows more precise inferences about the properties of materials.
Fuelling the next quantum revolution with the research project HERO. An ERC Grant is the most prestigious award for excellent European research projects. A team with three researchers from the ETH Domain had also applied for such a grant.
Analysis of ice cores delivers continuous data for the first time on industrial soot from 1740 to today.
Shortly after the Big Bang, radioactive atoms of the type beryllium-7, among others, came into being.
Researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI in Villigen, Switzerland, have developed a new catalytic converter for cleaning emissions from natural gas engines.
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