Scientists at ETH have discovered a specific protein that significantly influences the formation of starch in plant cells. The findings may be useful in the food industry.
The much discussed proposal by ETH professor Michael Ambühl on the implementation of the mass immigration initiative has just been published.
ETH spin-off Skope has developed a measurement device for MRI scanners that could further advance MRI research and medical diagnostics.
A new Master’s degree programme will equip ETH students with the skills to help shape political, economic and social decision-making processes.
Part of the population in German-speaking Switzerland applies sunscreen to the skin in quantities that could potentially be harmful to health, according to a new investigation.
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