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Reduced crop water use due to climate change

May 31, 2016 - In the future, water requirements for global crop production could be reduced as a result of climate change. This is the conclusion of a study by an international research team ...

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May 27, 2016

At its meeting on 25 and 26 May , the ETH Board appointed Nathalie Dubois from the Surface Waters Research and Management Department as an Assistant Professor of Paleolimnology at ETH Zurich. Read more

Biofilms – the slimy layer of microorganisms covering the bottom of streams – serve important ecosystem functions. Photo: Jörg Hemmer
May 25, 2016

Biofilms are complex communities of microorganisms such as bacteria or algae. In aquatic ecosystems, they serve essential functions, e.g. as a food resource. They also play an important role in wastewater treatment and in biofuel production. Read more

NEST: building of the future is up and running (Picture: Roman Keller)
May 23, 2016

A unique research and innovation platform has opened its doors: on 23 May 2016, the modular experimental building NEST was inaugurated on the Dübendorf campus of the two research institutes Empa and Eawag. Read more