Aside from its stunning landscape, the Jungfraujoch also provides an ideal location to research the impact of aerosols on our climate.
SwissSkills names PSI electronics technician Melvin Deubelbeiss the best apprenticeship graduate in his field.
Surprising data about pollutants in the Northern Hemisphere
Off to new shores – a high-tech component is on its way from PSI to Australia by sea. In future, it will be deployed at the Australian Synchrotron in Melbourne.
The Paul Scherrer Institute PSI and the start-up AlphaSYNT are piloting a new approach for storing energy in the form of methane gas.
From research to production – the new pharmaceutical lab at PSI supplies neighbouring hospitals with novel cancer drugs.
PSI and ETH Zurich have founded the Quantum Computing Hub, where top researchers work together on concepts for quantum computers.
Researchers have shown that mirror-image substances – so-called enantiomers – can be better distinguished using helical X-ray light.
PSI is pooling its expertise regarding the evaluation of research data in the new research division Scientific Computing, Theory and Data.
Researchers have measured and determined the sources of aerosol pollution at 22 locations in Europe.
With muons, PSI researchers can examine objects non-destructively. This helps in archaeology and battery development.
New technology provides synthetic natural gas for domestic heating
Kirsten Moselund heads the new Laboratory for Nano and Quantum Technologies. In this interview she discusses quantum research at PSI and how nanophotonics can assist with this.
Employing high-resolution X-rays to diagnose breast cancer – PSI researchers nominated for the European Inventor Award.
The first special magnets required for the upgrade have arrived. In addition, the Canton of Aargau has released 9.75 million Swiss francs for the TOMCAT beamline.