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Selected topics: Research
  • 25.07.2019
  • Job advertisement

Forensic Anthropologist at the Unit of Forensic Imaging and Anthropology

The Unit of Forensic Imaging and Anthropology (UFIA) of the University Center of Legal Medicine (CURML) of the CHUV, is seekinga part time (50%) forensic anthropologist
  • 12.07.2019
  • News

Call pre-announcement: SOLSTICE – Enabling Societal Transformation in the Face of Climate Change

The Joint Programming Initiative "Connecting Climate Knowledge for Europe" (JPI Climate) is launching a joint transnational call for proposals in October 2019. SOLSTICE seeks interdisciplinary contributions from consortia led by Social Sciences and Humanities who will address societal aspects of climate change.
G-20 Research Performance
  • 08.07.2019
  • News

Research performance of G-20

G20 nations produce 65% of world publications, spend 92% of research funding, employ 87% of the world’s researchers and publish 70% of global research papers. There is not much left for the rest of the World...
UK aid funds biggest educational technology research project
  • 28.06.2019
  • News

UK aid funds world’s biggest educational technology research project

The World Bank, University of Cambridge and UK tech companies partner with DFID to help improve education technology in developing countries.
  • 26.06.2019
  • Job advertisement

University of Washington - Postdoctoral Research Associate, molecular anthropological genetics

Position Description The Department of Anthropology is searching for a full-time postdoctoral Research Associate. Applicants will have broad interests in the evolutionary anthropology of living humans.
Simone Schürle and Jacques Dubochet
  • 25.06.2019
  • News

Simone Schürle on Shaping a Sustainable Research Culture

The results of my discussions at the «We Scientists 2035» workshop revealed that one of the problems with scientific culture widely experienced by participants, is growing pressure. The workshop this year in Lausanne, organized by the Swiss Academy of Sciences, brought together natural scientists from different career stages to discuss novel ideas about research culture and generate concrete actions for how it might be improved.
The African Academy of Sciences is creating guidance
  • 21.06.2019
  • News

Africa’s science academy leads push for ethical data use

The goal is to create the continent’s first cross-disciplinary guidelines for collecting, storing and sharing data and specimens.
Title GAIA 2/2019
  • 14.06.2019
  • News

Research for Sustainable Development Goals

The current GAiA issue (- GAIA 2/2019) focuses on the Sustainable Development Goals, the need of taking action now in order to start the transformation towards the desired state, and how this poses challanges to science and academia.
dépasser les silos
  • 13.06.2019
  • News

Shaping coherent policies across silos

The latest SDSN Switzerland publication "Shaping coherent policies across silos" shows Switzerland's new Sustainable Development Strategy can benefit from the interlinkages among the 17 SDGs.
  • 13.06.2019
  • Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
  • Press release

CO2-neutraler Treibstoff aus Luft und Sonnenlicht

Forschende der ETH Zürich haben die Technologie entwickelt, die aus Sonnenlicht und Luft flüssige Treibstoffe herstellt. Zum ersten Mal weltweit demonstrieren sie die gesamte thermochemische Prozesskette unter realen Bedingungen. Die neue solare Mini-Raffinerie steht auf dem Dach des Maschinenlaboratoriums der ETH Zürich.
Versuchstier im Labor
  • 12.06.2019
  • SAMS
  • News

Kritik an der Initiative «Tier- und Menschenversuchsverbot»

Mit der am 18. März 2019 eingereichten Eidgenössischen Volksinitiative «Ja zum Tier- und Menschenversuchsverbot» sollen in Zukunft Tierversuche und klinische Versuche mit Menschen verboten werden. Eine Annahme dieser Initiative würde den wissenschaftlichen Fortschritt, die wissenschaftliche Aus- und Weiterbildung und die medizinische Versorgung in der Schweiz gefährden.
Health PS (Joachim Pelikan SwissTPH - KFPE)
  • 11.06.2019
  • News

Academics invited to the UK are refused entry on arbitrary and ‘insulting’ grounds

The Home Office is being accused of institutional racism and damaging British research projects through increasingly arbitrary and “insulting” visa refusals for academics.
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