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ETH - Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zuerich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
Overview: Science Life
A Breakthrough in Chemical Analysis
ETH researchers have developed a new analytical procedure that reliably identifies single molecules on surfaces. The breakthrough has been confirmed in three different ways. .
Extreme today, almost normal tomorrow
The first global overview: A new Index developed at ETH predicts major climate changes for certain regions in 70 years time.
Magnesium against infarcts
The days of the steel stent are probably numbered. Stents made from bio-absorbable magnesium alloys will soon come onto the market to keep blocked coronary arteries open - thanks to ETH material researchers, among others.
A big contribution from the really small
Micro-organisms such as Cyanobacteria are more important to the marine nitrogen cycle than previously supposed. The climate is also affected.
Gone to the dogs
ETH researchers investigate whether humans are more closely related to mice or dogs.
Back-breaking work for a supercomputer
Why should anyone want to solve a record equation with more than one billion unknowns? Because it answers the question as to how much loading a bone can withstand.
Recording a breathprint
A new method for analysing respired air, including its non-volatile components
The future is the town
Europe’s cities and towns are changing rapidly. The “Urban Reports” symposium at ETH Zurich dealt with the opportunities to redevelop what already exists.
Unexpectedly powerful earthquakes
Geologists from ETH Zurich have discovered that three major prehistoric earthquakes in Central Switzerland triggered sediment mudslides even in the Lake of Zurich.
Tracks of the solar wind
ETH researchers have shown that the neon isotopes in moon dust do not indicate a higher level of solar activity in the past. This means they disprove a commonly held theory. .

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