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Continuing Education - 20.09.2018

Continuing Education - 17.05.2018

Continuing Education - Innovation / Technology - 13.04.2018

Continuing Education - Innovation / Technology - 04.04.2018

Health - Continuing Education - 22.03.2018
North and South Cooperation to Combat Tuberculosis
North and South Cooperation to Combat Tuberculosis
More than 4,000 people worldwide die from tuberculosis every day. This means the disease tops the list of the most common causes of death that result from a single pathogen.

Health - Continuing Education - 08.03.2018

Innovation / Technology - Continuing Education - 01.03.2018

Continuing Education - Health - 20.02.2018

Innovation / Technology - Continuing Education - 23.11.2017

Life Sciences - Continuing Education - 02.12.2015
Exercise Enhances Long Term Memory
Exercise Enhances Long Term Memory
Mice that spent time running on wheels developed twice the normal number of new brain cells and increased their ability to distinguish new objects from familiar objects compared to inactive mice, reports a new study by researcher of the University of Basel. Exercise can result in the development of new brain cells in adult humans and animals - a process called adult neurogenesis.

Continuing Education - Physics - 06.10.2013
Particle formation in the atmosphere – further aspect unveiled via the CLOUD experiment at CERN
Particle formation in the atmosphere – further aspect unveiled via the CLOUD experiment at CERN
Media Releases Energy and Environment Environment Natural and man-made amine emissions could influence the formation of particles in the atmosphere – and thus our climate. Thanks to new measuring methods with unprecedented accuracy, the formation of particles from amines and sulphuric acid has been described at molecular level.

Administration - Continuing Education - 17.12.2012
Barbara Haering Co-Chair of the European Research and Innovation Area Board
The European Union and the countries that are party to its Research Framework Programme, among them Switzerland, strive to concentrate their research and innovation policy measures in a joint structure where expedient.

Continuing Education - 09.11.2012

Physics - Continuing Education - 10.10.2012
CERN brings particle physics to the Frankfurt Book Fair
Geneva and Frankfurt, 10 October 2012. CERN is today showcasing its science at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2 .

Physics - Continuing Education - 05.10.2012
The Republic of Cyprus becomes a CERN Associate Member State
The Republic of Cyprus becomes a CERN Associate Member State
Geneva 5 October 2012. The CERN Director-General, Rolf Heuer, and the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Cyprus, George Demosthenous, today signed an agreement under which the Republic of Cyprus will become an Associate Member State in the pre-stage to Membership.

Continuing Education - Administration - 28.09.2012