Category: Education

The advantages of a doppelgänger city

Pieter Fourie explains how smartphone location data can be analysed without violating the users’ privacy. Source link

A ban would be a setback

ETH researchers never take the decision to use an animal in a laboratory lightly. Every single animal experiment requires authorisation…

Personalised medicine and the European data misery

Forging an independent path So how can Europe with its fragmented health care systems and strict data protection laws compete…

Wu Yilin uncovers the secret pattern of cell movement

Prof. Wu Yilin says watching bacteria in a Petri dish under a microscope is his kind of fun –…

Why we are getting involved

Young people are on a climate strike, and researchers are supporting their cause. Reto Knutti discusses an unexpected turn in…

How important is reciprocity for climate policy?

How reciprocal is international climate policy? The prevailing opinion is that climate policy follows the model of trade policy rather…

A city as smart as its citizens

We use the “Singapore Views” visualisation tool developed at the centre to communicate the extent of the urban heat islands…

Carbon tax to finance teaching project

Tax flights to support teaching When developing a viable solution, it was essential that we took the people who would…

Why the answer to climate change lies in data

Climate change and biodiversity Over recent decades, satellites have transformed our capacity to classify terrestrial ecosystems across the globe. And…

Swiss way to personalised education

Smilla won’t have the stress of setting up an efficient learning group with people she doesn’t know; she’ll receive suggestions…