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16 Nov
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Innovation Alert: Water-Based Batteries Poised to Transform Urban Power
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Empa researcher David Reber is revolutionizing urban energy storage. His innovative approach combines water-based flow batteries with solid materials, addressing their low energy d...
24 Oct
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ETH Zurich and Empa Enhance Recycled Concrete, Lowering Environmental Impact
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Empa researchers, in collaboration with ETH Zurich, are accelerating carbonation in concr.ete production to absorb CO2. Results show recycled concrete granules with increased stren...
13 Sep
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Swiss Research Aims to Enhance Asphalt Recycling for Sustainable Roads
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FOEN and Empa collaborate to address Switzerland's asphalt recycling challenge, striving for sustainable roads. Research advances aim to reduce landfill waste and enhance road infr...
05 Sep
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BTRY: Revolutionizing Rechargeable Batteries for Sustainability
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Swiss start-up BTRY, a spin-off from Empa research, is poised to revolutionize rechargeable batteries with thin-film technology. Their lithium metal-based solid-state battery offer...
24 Aug
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Recycling the Non-Recyclable: New Epoxy Resin Resists Flames and Reduces Waste
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#RecyclingInnovation: Empa's breakthrough epoxy resin combines recyclability, flame resistance & strength. From aerospace to wooden floors, it revolutionizes materials.
22 Aug
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Empa and ETH Zurich Pioneer Carbon-Based Quantum Technology for Environmental Innovations
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Empa and ETH Zurich collaborate on groundbreaking carbon-based quantum technology. Atomically precise graphene nanoribbons show controllable quantum effects, promising leaps in com...
16 Jun
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Switzerland’s Microplastic Pollution in Water Bodies: Empa Researchers Develop a Nationwide Model
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Swiss researchers have developed a model to calculate microplastic concentrations in water bodies. Annually, 14,000 tons of plastic enter Swiss soil and water, with around 15 tons ...