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Articles in the focus "WSL’s detectives at work"

Where researchers sort atoms

SMALEST PARTICLES

In WSL’s isotope laboratory, researchers become detectives: they can trace invisible food webs or reconstruct the path water takes...

Tracking pollutants and environmental toxins.

POLLUTION

To protect people and the environment, WSL researchers monitor and quantify the pollutants they detect in the forest and other ecosystems...

When a machine learns to predict avalanche danger

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

A computer can now – after ‘training’ with an SLF researcher – assess the regional avalanche danger in many situations almost...

Detecting hidden ice

PERMAFROST

For 25 years, researchers at the WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF have been studying the substrates high up in the...

“Environmental DNA has huge potential.”

INTERVIEW

Need to identify lots of fungi quickly or find unknown species? With environmental DNA you can. The mycologist Andrin Gross and the...