Repository for Publications and Research Data

Search ETH Zurich’s Research Collection for scientific publications and research data or submit your own research output. Read more

News 

ETH Zurich joins the SciPost publication portal

Independent publishing: SciPost gives ETH Zurich researchers an additional way of publishing their research results as open-access articles without relying on commercial providers. Read more

Research Collection statistics in a new format and design

We have made some changes to the current Research Collection statistics. The infographic has a new, slimmer design and the statistics themselves will be published quarterly from now on. In the future, we will also be more flexible in selecting the types of publication presented. Read more

4,800 articles now freely accessible in the Research Collection

Articles by ETH authors freely available on the ETH publication platform. Read more

Recently Added 

  1. Quantitative analysis of yeast MAPK signaling networks and crosstalk using a microfluidic device 

    Lee, Byungjin; Jeong, Seong-Geun; Jin, Si Hyung; et al. (2020)
    Lab on a Chip
    Eukaryotic cells developed complex mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) signaling networks to sense their intra- and extracellular environment and respond to various stress conditions. For example,S. cerevisiaeuses five distinct MAP kinase pathways to orchestrate meiosis or respond to mating pheromones, osmolarity changes and cell wall stress. Although each MAPK module has been studied individually, the mechanisms underlying crosstalk ...
    Journal Article
  2. Elongation Patterns of the Posterior Cruciate Ligament after Total Knee Arthroplasty 

    Nasab, Seyyed Hamed Hosseini; Smith, Colin; Schutz, Pascal; et al. (2020)
    JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MEDICINE
    This study aimed to understand the ability of fixed-bearing posterior cruciate ligament (PCL)-retaining implants to maintain functionality of the PCL in vivo. To achieve this, elongation of the PCL was examined in six subjects with good clinical and functional outcomes using 3D kinematics reconstructed from video-fluoroscopy, together with multibody modelling of the knee. Here, length-change patterns of the ligament bundles were tracked ...
    Journal Article
  3. One of the earliest refractory inclusions and its implications for solar system history 

    Bodénan, Jean-Dabid; Starkey, Natalie A.; Russell, Sara S.; et al. (2020)
    Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
    A ∼175 µm refractory inclusion, A-COR-01 from one of the least altered carbonaceous chondrites, ALHA 77307 (CO3.0), has been found to bear unique characteristics that indicate that it is one of the first solids to have formed at the very birth of the solar system while isotopic reservoirs were still evolving rapidly. Its core is composed mainly of hibonite and corundum, the two phases predicted to condense first from a gas of solar ...
    Journal Article
  4. Lateral stability in healthy proximal interphalangeal joints versus surface replacement and silicone arthroplasty: Results of a three-dimensional motion analysis study 

    Hensler, Stefanie; Behm, Pascal; Wehrli, Martina; et al. (2020)
    Hand Surgery and Rehabilitation
    The objective of this study was to quantify the lateral stability of healthy proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joints using a three-dimensional motion capture system and compare it to affected joints after surface replacement or silicone arthroplasty. Three study groups comprised healthy participants, patients with PIP joint osteoarthritis treated with a surface replacing implant (CapFlex-PIP) and those with a silicone arthroplasty. All ...
    Journal Article
  5. Non-isothermal flow between heated building models 

    Tsalicoglou, Christina; Allegrini, Jonas M.; Carmeliet, Jan C. (2020)
    Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics
    The Urban Heat Island Effect describes the phenomenon that urban areas are typically warmer than the nearby rural areas, as the presence of the city causes an increase in air temperature. Increased temperatures in urban environments lead to increased discomfort, health problems, and higher cooling demands. It is therefore essential to be able to predict the location where higher temperatures tend to occur and to propose mitigation strategies ...
    Journal Article

View more