Research activities School of Life Sciences and Facility Management
The latest publications and projects from the School of Life Sciences and Facility Management.
Koppenberg, Maximilian; Bozzola, Martina; Dalhaus, Tobias; Hirsch, Stefan,
Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/agr.21684
Babbi, Manuel; de Sassi, Claudio,
Available from: https://doi.org/10.21256/zhaw-21049
Chemie Ingenieur Technik.
Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/cite.202000179
Conference Abstracts : Health, Environment, and Education in Challenging Times.
The 14th Winter Meeting : The International Consortium for Interdisciplinary Education about Health and the Environment, online, 4-5 December 2020.
Available from: https://hee-journal.uni-koeln.de/winter-meeting
Herter-Aeberli, Isabelle; Wehrli, Nina; Bärlocher, Kurt; Andersson, Maria; Sych, Janice Marie,
Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/nu12123729
Fire Blight App for Central Asia
Based on the existing tick app in Switzerland, we will develop an app for smartphones that can inform local populations in Central Asia about fire blight, simultaneously allowing a citizen science approach for mapping the spread of this dangerous pome fruit disease. Utilizing the gathered data, a more precise field ...
Degassing of Coffee
Modelling degassing of coffee.
Designing Business Models for the IoT
This project aims at developing a business model simulation software for evaluating IoT business models. The holistic approach leverages advanced simulation methods and will create new revenue opportunities for Swiss manufacturing companies.
A top-down indicator of lean-green alignment in small and medium-sized enterprises
To address the challenge from global warming, the UNFCCC has given rise to several initiatives to channel financial capital into decarbonization efforts. Among investors, demand increasing for investment vehicles that offer both environmental sustainability as well as economic performance benefits. We aim to design ...
Development of small-molecules targeting CD93-signaling for the treatment of leukemia
The aim of the current InnoSuisse application is to optimize small molecules, which were identified in a drug library screen to block CD93-signaling in LSCs and showed a positive clinical response, in order to develop lead candidates with a novel chemical scaffold and own IP to treat leukemia. ...