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Remote Controlled Singapore Airlines A380 by RCHelijet (Swiss)

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Gigantic Remote Controlled Singapore Airlines A380. Viral alert: Swiss hobbyists have created a gigantic replica of a Singapore Airlines A380! Did we mention that its remote controlled?

Airbus A380-800 Singapore Airlines Scale 1:15
Länge : 4.80 Meter
Spannweite : 5.30 Meter
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Gigantic Remote Controlled Singapore Airlines A380. Viral alert: Swiss hobbyists have created a gigantic replica of a Singapore Airlines A380! Did we mention that its remote controlled?

Airbus A380-800 Singapore Airlines Scale 1:15
Länge : 4.80 Meter
Spannweite : 5.30 Meter
Startgewicht: 70,8KG
Tankinhalt : 10 Liter
Verbrauch : 1,2 Liter pro Minute :-)
Antrieb : 4x JETCAT P 120 Je 12kp Standschub

From the RC Front Switzerland, your RCHeliJet Thanks to MG Affoltern a.A. More on: www.rchelijet.ch



 

CERN Physicists Celebrate Evidence of God Particle - Swiss Videos (ENG)

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Physicists of CERN, Lausanne, Switzerland,  July 12, 2012 showed evidence of a new subatomic particle, which is seen by many as a potential key to explaining the universe. Featuring Peter Higgs.

He is best known for his 1960s proposal of broken symmetry in electroweak ...Show more

Physicists of CERN, Lausanne, Switzerland,  July 12, 2012 showed evidence of a new subatomic particle, which is seen by many as a potential key to explaining the universe. Featuring Peter Higgs.

He is best known for his 1960s proposal of broken symmetry in electroweak theory, explaining the origin of mass of elementary particles in general and of the W and Z bosons in particular. This so-called Higgs mechanism, which was proposed by several physicists besides Higgs at about the same time, predicts the existence of a new particle, the Higgs boson (which was often described as the most sought-after particle in modern physics). CERN announced on 4 July 2012 that they had experimentally established the existence of a Higgs-like boson, but further work is needed to analyse its properties and see if it has the properties expected from the Standard Model Higgs boson. On 14 March 2013, the newly discovered particle was tentatively confirmed to be + parity and zero spin, two fundamental criteria of a Higgs boson, making it the first known fundamental scalar particle to be discovered in nature (although previously, composite scalars such as the K* had been observed over half a century prior). The Higgs mechanism is generally accepted as an important ingredient in the Standard Model of particle physics, without which certain particles would have no mass.



 

Spark Award 2014 – Live metric and interactive 3D Reconstruction on mobile Phones (ENG)

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On 6 March 2014, ETH Zurich, Switzerland presented the Spark Award 2014. Researchers at ETH Zurich won the award for the most promising invention of 2013 that was registered for a patent.

The project Live metric and interactive 3D reconstruction on mobile phones was invente...Show more

On 6 March 2014, ETH Zurich, Switzerland presented the Spark Award 2014. Researchers at ETH Zurich won the award for the most promising invention of 2013 that was registered for a patent.

The project Live metric and interactive 3D reconstruction on mobile phones was invented by MSc Petri Tanskanen, MSc Lorenz Meier, Dr Kalin Kolev, Prof. Dr Marc Pollefeys.

Zürich



 

Spark Award 2014 – Improved Wound healing by structured Cellulose Patches (ENG)

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On 6 March 2014, ETH Zurich, Switzerland presented the Spark Award 2014. Researchers at ETH Zurich won the award for the most promising invention of 2013 that was registered for a patent.

The project Smart dynamic casting of free-rorm concrete structures was invented by M...Show more

On 6 March 2014, ETH Zurich, Switzerland presented the Spark Award 2014. Researchers at ETH Zurich won the award for the most promising invention of 2013 that was registered for a patent.

The project Smart dynamic casting of free-rorm concrete structures was invented by MA Ena Lloret Kristensen, Prof. Dr Robert Flatt, Prof. Fabio Gramazio, Prof. Matthias Kohler.

Zürich



 

Spark Award 2014 – Smart dynamic Casting of free-Rorm Concrete Structures (ENG)

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On 6 March 2014, ETH Zurich, Switzerland presented the Spark Award 2014. Researchers at ETH Zurich won the award for the most promising invention of 2013 that was registered for a patent.

The project Smart dynamic casting of free-rorm concrete structures was invented by M...Show more

On 6 March 2014, ETH Zurich, Switzerland presented the Spark Award 2014. Researchers at ETH Zurich won the award for the most promising invention of 2013 that was registered for a patent.

The project Smart dynamic casting of free-rorm concrete structures was invented by MA Ena Lloret Kristensen, Prof. Dr Robert Flatt, Prof. Fabio Gramazio, Prof. Matthias Kohler.

Zürich



 

Spark Award 2014 – Highly increased Performance of memristive Devices (ENG)

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On 6 March 2014, ETH Zurich, Switzerland presented the Spark Award 2014. Researchers at ETH Zurich won the award for the most promising invention of 2013 that was registered for a patent.

The project Highly increased performance of memristive devices was invented by MSc S...Show more

On 6 March 2014, ETH Zurich, Switzerland presented the Spark Award 2014. Researchers at ETH Zurich won the award for the most promising invention of 2013 that was registered for a patent.

The project Highly increased performance of memristive devices was invented by MSc Sebastian Schweiger, MSc Felix Messerschmitt, Prof. Dr Jennifer Rupp.

Zürich



 

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