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Une mésange bleue nourrit son petit avec une larve de coléoptère
  • 14.08.2019
  • SSS
  • News

Arnold Berliner Award 2019 goes to Martin Nyffeler

Swiss scientist is honored for his work on the global predation impact of insectivorous birds.
Plume Grand Duc - Prix Schläfli
  • 20.06.2019
  • News

Call Prix Schläfli 2020

The Prix Schläfli, one of the longest-running science prizes in Switzerland (since 1866), is awarded by the Swiss Academy of Sciences (SCNAT) to young scientists for excellent articles resulting from PhDs in each of the following natural science disciplines: Biology, Chemistry, Geosciences and Astronomy.
Rebekka Wild: Prix Schläfli Biologie 2019
  • 21.05.2019
  • Swiss Academy of Sciences
  • News

Rebekka Wild - On protein and other structures

On a beautiful spring day such at ETH Hönggerberg, we sit outside at the café to talk. Rebekka Wild seems very relaxed, as if she had nothing more important to do than enjoy the sun. However, appearances are deceptive: she works pretty much 150 per cent of a normal working day, reads specialist literature in the evenings - and yes, sometimes even a book.
Pokale Prix Schläfli
  • 21.05.2019
  • Swiss Academy of Sciences
  • Press release

SCNAT honours the four best dissertations in sciences

Controlling the amount of phosphate in cells, the processes involved in catalysts, land use in Madagascar and a paradox of quantum physics – these are the topics for which the Swiss Academy of Sciences (SCNAT) has awarded the Prix Schläfli 2019 to the four most important insights gained by young researchers at Swiss universities. Murielle Delley (Chemistry), Matteo Fadel (Physics), Rebekka Wild (Biology) and Julie Zähringer (Geosciences) receive the prize for the findings arrived at in their dissertations. For the first time, six of the candidates for the Prix Schläfli in Physics were also selected to participate in the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
Bud burst of European beech under snow conditions
  • 15.04.2019
  • Commission for Phenology and Seasonality
  • News

Swiss competition of phenology and seasonality research 2019

The Swiss Commission of Phenology and Seasonality research (CPS) launches a prize of CHF 1'000 to reward young students, journalists or artists working in the field of Phenology.
leaves spring tree
  • 15.04.2019
  • News

MeteoSchweiz sucht derzeit (ehrenamtliche) Beobachterinnen und Beobachter

MeteoSchweiz sucht Beobachter (Freiwillige), um die Phänologie der Bäume und Pflanzen an bestimmten Stationen zu beobachten.
Jürg Pfister, Secretary general of SCNAT
  • 28.03.2019
  • Swiss Academy of Sciences
  • News

What large-scale research facilities does Switzerland need?

The Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences have been requested by the Confederation to prepare roadmaps for research infrastructures for the various scientific fields. These roadmaps will provide a basis for decision-making on the allocation of federal funding for costly research facilities over the period 2025–2028. SCNAT is responsible for implementing this new procedure within the Swiss Academies, and Secretary General Jürg Pfister believes that it offers the scientific community an opportunity for wider involvement.
GSFF
  • 19.03.2019
  • Platform Biology
  • News

Global Science Film Festival: Film submission open

The Global Science Film Festival aims to advance public understanding of science, environment and nature through the power of film.
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  • 04.02.2019
  • Forum for Genetic Research
  • News

Hat personalisierte Gesundheit einen Einfluss auf die Kosten?

Personalisierte Gesundheit verspricht eine höhere Wirksamkeit von Therapien, weil diese auf die einzelne Patientin bzw. den einzelnen Patienten zugeschnitten sind. Ob personalisierte Gesundheit wirtschaftlich ist, wird seit Jahren kontrovers diskutiert.
Erlenmeyer im Forschungslabor
  • 31.01.2019
  • Forum for Genetic Research
  • News

Teilrevision der Einschliessungsverordnung

Die Akademien der Wissenschaften Schweiz nehmen im Rahmen der Vernehmlassung des Bundes Stellung zu den vorgeschlagenen Änderungen in der Einschliessungsverordnung.
Capurodendron sahafariense
  • 29.01.2019
  • News
  • Press release

A small rare tree of Madagascar, species of the year 2019

Every year, more than a hundred new species are described by researchers working in Swiss institutions. Most of them are insects, the group with the highest biodiversity, but new plants are also discovered. They often live in remote and hard-to-reach places.
Luftaufnahme des Fricktals im Kanton Aargau
  • 24.01.2019
  • Swiss Academy of Sciences
  • Press release

SCNAT creates the largest knowledge network on the landscape

Sprawl, loss of landscape diversity and biodiversity, mountain landscapes marked by climate change: Starting in 2019, the Academy of Natural Sciences (SCNAT) is merging various of its activities in the new Landscape, Alps, Parks Forum. The goal is to better protect Switzerland's landscapes in collaboration with politics and society and to utilise and manage them more sustainably. This fusion will create the largest knowledge network in Switzerland on natural and cultural landscapes. Designated president is Felix Kienast of the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL). Furthermore, new presidents are also being appointed in other SCNAT units.
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