Researchers from the University of Zurich and Intel have announced the creation of a unique autonomous unmanned system called Swift. It is powered by artificial intelligence and is capable of outperforming humans in FPV drone race.
Swiss scientists have developed an ultra-light glove - weighing less than 8 grams per finger - that enables users to feel and manipulate virtual objects. Their system provides extremely realistic haptic feedback.
Radiofrequency electromagnetic fields may have adverse effects on the development of memory performance of specific brain regions exposed during mobile phone use, suggests a recent Swiss study.
Scientists in Basel, Switzerland, have created an artificial tissue that mimics some of the biological properties of natural bone marrow niches and can support stem and progenitor cell replication over several days.
They’re designed to kill cancer cells, and they kill themselves in the process.
Swiss robot ANYmal have been taught to do all kinds of helpful things all by itself, such as unplugging itself from a charge, climbing up slight ledges, and most recently, working an elevator.
If deployed at scale, the technology behind this could make a big difference in charting a better climate future—capturing CO2 and locking it away underground before it can add to the growing greenhouse effect.
A 494-meter-long, 85-meter-high pedestrian bridge was inaugurated on Saturday in southern Switzerland.
Researchers from Zurich University plan to use giant robots and 3D printers to build “the first house in the world to be designed, planned and built using predominantly digital processes.”
A team of scientists has created a low cost, fully printable solar cell that has remained stable in real world conditions for over one year, moving these record breaking solar cells from the lab to the commercial world.
A company has unveiled the world’s first Direct Air Capture (DAC) commercial plant on top of a waste recovery facility in Zurich, Switzerland.
The move to initiate the reform passed easily with a 58.2% vote, shutting down any talk of investment in nuclear energy.