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The new ETH Library course programme is online

In the second semester of 2023, you can expect diverse topics such aswriting with AI-based tools, the visualisation of research data or “Rock your Master’s” – a new event especially for Master’s students. 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

Lunch event: Research Data Management at ETH Zurich

On Tuesday, 5 September 2023 from 12:30 to 13:30, the Open Science Working Group offers an information session on Research Data Management for researchers at ETH Zurich. Read more

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  1. Transgenic expression of the HERV-W envelope protein leads to polarized glial cell populations and a neurodegenerative environment 

    Gruchot J.; Lewen I.; Dietrich M.; et al. (2023)
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
    The human endogenous retrovirus type W (HERV-W) has been identified and repeatedly confirmed as human-specific pathogenic entity affecting many cell types in multiple sclerosis (MS). Our recent contributions revealed the encoded envelope (ENV) protein to disturb myelin repair by interfering with oligodendroglial precursor differentiation and by polarizing microglial cells toward an axon-damage phenotype. Indirect proof of ENV's antiregenerative ...
    Journal Article
  2. Single-cell brain organoid screening identifies developmental defects in autism 

    Li C.; Fleck J.S.; Martins-Costa C.; et al. (2023)
    The development of the human brain involves unique processes (not observed in many other species) that can contribute to neurodevelopmental disorders1-4. Cerebral organoids enable the study of neurodevelopmental disorders in a human context. We have developed the CRISPR-human organoids-single-cell RNA sequencing (CHOOSE) system, which uses verified pairs of guide RNAs, inducible CRISPR-Cas9-based genetic disruption and single-cell ...
    Journal Article
  3. Enhancing Water Safety in Decentralized Water Reuse Systems with Low-Cost Prussian Blue Amperometric Sensors for Free Chlorine Monitoring 

    Herold G.; Rodino F.; Golparvar A.; et al. (2023)
    IEEE Sensors Letters
    The challenge of providing sustainable and safe water services in regions lacking centralized water infrastructure can be addressed through the utilization of on-site treatment and reuse of wastewater. However, the widespread implementation of decentralized water reuse systems is currently hindered by the considerable expenses associated with remote water quality monitoring. Specifically, when using chlorination for treatment, the fabrication ...
    Journal Article
  4. Three-Dimensional Modeling of the Ground Electric Field in Fennoscandia During the Halloween Geomagnetic Storm 

    Marshalko E.; Kruglyakov M.; Kuvshinov A.; et al. (2023)
    Space Weather
    In this study, we perform three-dimensional (3-D) ground electric field (GEF) modeling in Fennoscandia for three days of the Halloween geomagnetic storm (29–31 October 2003) using magnetic field data from the International Monitor for Auroral Geomagnetic Effects (IMAGE) magnetometer network and a 3-D conductivity model of the region. To explore the influence of the inducing source model on 3-D GEF simulations, we consider three different ...
    Journal Article
  5. Doubling the coating-substrate pull-off strength by growth of CaCO<inf>3</inf> nano-crystals 

    Dai Y.; Lan Y.; Wen R.; et al. (2023)
    Chemical Engineering Journal
    Strong coating-substrate adhesion is crucial for ensuring long-term durability and performance of protective coatings in various applications. The growth of nano crystals on the substrate may be a preferable way to enhance the coating-substrate interactions. Here, an accelerated carbonation curing (ACC) scheme (0.5 MPa CO2 gas pressure) was designed to grow calcium carbonate (CaCO3) nano-crystals on a mortar substrate at early age before ...
    Journal Article

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