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ABB charges electric buses in just 20 seconds
Zurich/Geneva – New electric buses from the company Carrosserie Hess AG are now driving the streets of Geneva. Thanks to ABB’s innovative flash-charging technology, the buses can be charged in just 20...
Schaffhausen launches digital identity
Schaffhausen – In the future, residents of the canton of Schaffhausen will be able to avail themselves of cantonal services using a digital identity. Schaffhausen’s eID+ will initially be tested on th...
Ava launches study for women with irregular cycles
Zurich – The medical technology company Ava has initiated a clinical trial that will explore how its sensor bracelet can help women with highly irregular menstrual cycles identify their fertile window...
Researchers use living bacteria to develop ink for 3D printing
Zurich – For the first time ever, ETH researchers have developed a 3D printing platform that works using living matter. By using living bacteria, the ink makes it possible to print mini biochemical fa...
UZH generates high value added
Zurich – The University of Zurich generated value added of over 6 billion Swiss francs last year, according to a newly published study from the League of European Research Universities. UZH is a membe...
NEST research building is being expanded
Dübendorf ZH – The NEST research building in Dübendorf is undergoing further expansion. The new Urban Mining & Recycling unit is simultaneously an apartment, a material storage and a material lab....
Vontobel launches digital knowledge platform
Zurich – The Zurich-based private bank Vontobel has launched a digital platform to improve access to information on transactions on the Swiss equity capital market.
Researchers make breakthrough in nanoelectronics
Dübendorf ZH – An international research team working with Empa has succeeded in producing nanotransitors from graphene ribbons that are only a few atoms wide. This means that transistors based on car...
ABB unveils new robot
Zurich – ABB is to unveil the newest member of the YuMi family at a conference in Tokyo. The single-arm robot is designed to work alongside humans on the factory floor. It requires less space that its...

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