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University of Zurich - Zurich
Art and Design
Unpredictable Collaborations. Inaugurating the New Center for Arts and Cultural TheoryAlistair Hudson (Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe - ZKM), Claudia Keller (UZH), Moritz Matschke (University
21 May 2024
Environment - Career
Mobility research on commuting in the Suurstoffi in Risch-RotkreuzHow much CO2 do Suurstoffi residents save by commuting from home and coworking? The working residents of Suurstoffi consume an average of around 742 kg of CO2 per year for their commute. This puts them in line with the Swiss average - can we reduce this figure in future?
22 May 2024
Economics
Risk spirals and collective ignorance
Illustration by Katalin Kántor safety regulation, suitability and affordability criteria. The media and opinion leaders also play a role in drawing attention to risks....
University of Zurich - Zurich
Media
Shaming and Blaming the Churches? Skandale und Geschichten rund um Kirchen in der digitalisierten Medienöffentlichkeit
21 May 2024 - IBM Zurich Research Laboratory - Zurich
Innovation - Computer Science
Senior Research ScientistCXL, ZNS/FDB storage extensions). Knowledge of modern non-volatile media technologies and the internals of NVMe SSDs. Experience with cloud
21 May 2024
Environment - Career
Mobility research on commuting in the Suurstoffi in Risch-RotkreuzHow much CO2 do Suurstoffi residents save by commuting from home and coworking? The working residents of Suurstoffi consume an average of around 742 kg of CO2 per year for their commute. This puts them in line with the Swiss average - can we reduce this figure in future?
21 May 2024
History/Archeology - Earth Sciences
Cosmic rays illuminate the past
The prehistoric site of Dispilio is located on Lake Kastoria in northern Greece. Researchers at the University of Bern have for the first time been able to pin down a prehistoric settlement of early farmers in northern Greece dating back more than 7,000 years to the year. For this they combined annual growth ring measurements on wooden building elements with the sudden spike of cosmogenic radiocarbon in 5259 BC. This provides a reliable chronological reference point for many other archaeological sites in Southeast Europe.
17 May 2024
Media - Linguistics/Literature
Orphan articles: the 'dark matter' of Wikipedia
Wikipedia is the largest platform for open and freely accessible knowledge online yet, in a new study, researchers have found that around 15% of the content is effectively invisible to readers browsing within Wikipedia. They have developed a new tool to help overcome this.



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