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Publication lists on ETH websites

Web editors at ETH Zurich can now integrate publication data from the Research Collection into their web pages. The publications component in the AEM Web CMS has been upgraded accordingly. Further information for users of the publications component is provided on ETH Zurich’s website (access only with nethz login). Read more

Research Collection: ETH Zurich’s new publication platform

The Research Collection serves as a single point of access for members of ETH Zurich to document, publish and archive their academic results. Read more

Data Management Plans for SNSF Grants
The Swiss National Science Foundation SNSF has published guidelines for Data Management Plans. As of October 2017 researchers are requested to submit a Data Management Plan as an integral part of their research application. Read more

Recently Added 

  1. Magnetoelectric domain dynamics in TbMnO3 

    Manz, Sebastian (2017)
    Doctoral Thesis
  2. Genomische Zuchtwertschätzung mit Sequenzdaten 

    Erbe, Malena; Pausch, Hubert; Emmerling, Reiner; et al. (2015)
    Conference Proceedings
  3. Air travel for private purposes. An analysis of airport access, income and environmental concern in Switzerland 

    Bruderer Enzler, Heidi (2017)
    Journal of Transport Geography
    Journal Article
  4. Ink-Free Reversible Optical Writing in Monolayers by Polymerization of a Trifunctional Monomer: Toward Rewritable "Molecular Paper" 

    Müller, Vivian; Hungerland, Tim; Baljozovic, Milos; et al. (2017)
    Advanced Materials
    Journal Article
  5. The Role of Regulatory T Cells and T Cell Cytokines in Skin Wound Repair 

    Haertel, Eric (2017)
    Successful wound healing in skin depends on the interplay of a multitude of different cell types, including immune cells, fibroblasts and keratinocytes, which are responding to signals from chemokines, cytokines and growth factors. Activin A is a growth and differentiation factor that is strongly induced at the wound site rapidly after injury and promotes reepithelialization and granulation tissue formation to achieve wound closure and ...
    Doctoral Thesis

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