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Innovation projects

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Quantum Integrity SA - Detecting faked photos and videos

The Swiss start-up Quantum Integrity SA helps to detect fake photos and videos quickly and easily with its software. Their further development with a research partner is being supported by Innosuisse in an innovation project.

GenomSys SA - Making genetic analysis more easily accessible

In its innovation project, the Lausanne-based biotech company GenomSys SA is researching efficient software solutions for the processing and dissemination of DNA data. The aim is to simplify access to genetic analyses.


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Rea - a smart bandage for pregnant women

Rea develops a medical device to allow home monitoring of women at risk of preterm birth. The technology can be used to identify and quantify biomarkers present in vaginal fluid to determine the risk of a preterm birth.

AgroSustain - Today Switzerland, tomorrow the world

AgroSustain, a start-up launched in 2018, is successfully progressing from one growth phase to the next. Backed by various levels of support that Innosuisse provides to young researchers, the company is seeking to market biological pesticides made from vegetal extracts.

Innovation mentoring

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Using a colouring agent to lubricate skis?

Until now no one had come up with the idea. In this process the colouring agent indigo forms water-repellent layers. And it is environmentally friendly to boot, unlike the highly fluorinated hydrocarbons used in conventional professional waxing, which is toxicologically and ecologically questionable.

Programme BRIDGE

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Smart clothing to combat pressure ulcers

Innovation against pressure ulcers: supported by the BRIDGE programme, Professor Ursula Wolf is working on the development of a textile sensor system that raises the alarm in the event of danger.

An online platform for fair trade shoes

Catalina Jossen Cardozo at the Lucerne School of Art and Design has created an intelligent production chain for commercialising shoes without exploiting workers or harming the environment.

Energy funding programme SCCER

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Recycling concrete sustainably

The production of cement, the material that binds concrete, is very stressful for the environment and is alone responsible for 5 to 7 per cent of global CO2 emissions.

Women entrepreneurs

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