Fabio Bergamin


Zürich, Switzerland


Science editor


I studied biotechnology in Basel and Strassburg before doing a doctorate in immunology at the University of Bern. Since 2007, I've been working as freelance science journalist for the newspapers "Der Bund" in Bern and "Neue Zürcher Zeitung" in Zurich. I joined Corporate Communications at ETH at the end of 2011, currently working on the Content team as science editor.

Latest Posts

For the first time, researchers have succeeded in printing a robotic hand with bones, ligaments and tendons made of different polymers using a new laser scanning technique.

Printed robots with bones, ligaments, and tendons

Swiss engineers are training legged robots for future lunar missions that will search for minerals and raw materials. To ensure that the robots can continue to work even if one of them malfunctions, the researchers are teaching them teamwork.

Robot team on lunar exploration tour

It is not easy to make batteries cheap, efficient, durable, safe and environmentally friendly at the same time. Researchers at ETH Zurich have now succeeded in uniting all of these characteristics in zinc metal batteries.

Progress in alternative battery technology

A new study shows what it will take for the plastics industry to become completely sustainable: lots of recycling combined with the use of CO2 from the air and biomass. It is also the image of plastics that need to change.

A wholly sustainable plastics economy is feasible

ETH postdoc Olivier Gröninger is improving the drinking water supply for people in rural areas of South America with his Openversum project. This benefits not only the families but also the local economy and the climate

Sustainable clean drinking water solution

If the transition to renewables is to succeed, we will need a viable means of storing surplus heat and electricity. Globe spoke to experts from ETH Zurich about the promising technologies that could help us reach net zero.

Electricity and heat on demand