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Online Information Fair: ETH Library – Your partner for managing the research life cycle

Between 17.15 and 18.45 on 16 May 2023, doctoral students will be given a compact overview of the ETH Library services relevant for their doctoral thesis. Read more

Research data management and related topics: know-how for your research project

This series of workshops organised by the ETH Library and Scientific IT Services at ETH Zurich introduces you to varied aspects of research data management. Read more

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  1. Coupled surface to deep Earth processes: Perspectives from TOPO-EUROPE with an emphasis on climate- and energy-related societal challenges 

    Cloetingh S.; Sternai P.; Koptev A.; et al. (2023)
    Global and Planetary Change
    Understanding the interactions between surface and deep Earth processes is important for research in many diverse scientific areas including climate, environment, energy, georesources and biosphere. The TOPO-EUROPE initiative of the International Lithosphere Program serves as a pan-European platform for integrated surface and deep Earth sciences, synergizing observational studies of the Earth structure and fluxes on all spatial and temporal ...
    Review Article
  2. RNA binding proteins in senescence: A potential common linker for age-related diseases? 

    Varesi A.; Campagnoli L.I.M.; Barbieri A.; et al. (2023)
    Ageing Research Reviews
    Aging represents the major risk factor for the onset and/or progression of various disorders including neurodegenerative diseases, metabolic disorders, and bone-related defects. As the average age of the population is predicted to exponentially increase in the coming years, understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying the development of aging-related diseases and the discovery of new therapeutic approaches remain pivotal. Well-reported ...
    Review Article
  3. Planet(esimal)s around stars with TESS (PAST) III: A search for triplet He I in the atmospheres of two 200 Myr-old planets 

    Gaidos, Eric; Hirano, Teruyuki; Lee, Rena A.; et al. (2023)
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
    We report a search for excess absorption in the 1083.2 nm line of ortho (triplet) helium during transits of TOI-1807b and TOI-2076b, 1.25 and 2.5-R⊕ planets on 0.55- and 10.4-d orbits around nearby ∼200 Myr-old K dwarf stars. We limit the equivalent width of any transit-associated absorption to <4 and <8 mÅ, respectively. We limit the escape of solar-composition atmospheres from TOI-1807b and TOI-2076b to ≾1 and ≾0.1M⊕Gyr−1, respectively, ...
    Journal Article
  4. Orbit: A Unified Simulation Framework for Interactive Robot Learning Environments 

    Mittal, Mayank; Yu, Calvin; Yu, Qinxi; et al. (2023)
    IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters
    We present Orbit, a unified and modular framework for robot learning powered by Nvidia Isaac Sim. It offers a modular design to easily and efficiently create robotic environments with photo-realistic scenes and high-fidelity rigid and deformable body simulation. With Orbit, we provide a suite of benchmark tasks of varying difficulty- from single-stage cabinet opening and cloth folding to multi-stage tasks such as room reorganization. To ...
    Journal Article
  5. Virulence decomposition for bifurcating infections 

    Franz, Mathias; Armitage, Sophie A.O.; Rolff, Jens; et al. (2023)
    Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
    A fundamental goal in infection biology is to understand the emergence of variation in pathogen virulence - here defined as the decrease in host fitness caused by a pathogen. To uncover the sources of such variation, virulence can be decomposed into both host- and pathogen-associated components. However, decomposing virulence can be challenging owing to complex within-host pathogen dynamics such as bifurcating infections, which recently ...
    Journal Article

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