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Law/Forensics - Computer Science/Telecom
28.09.2017
Big data conquers legal analysis
Big data conquers legal analysis
Researchers supported by the SNSF have set up a free and accessible integrated database of legal cases involving international economic law. Their work represents an important milestone for research and practice. The number of legal agreements and disputes is increasing rapidly. Analysing them using conventional scientific methods has become all but impossible, and legal academia is now turning to big data for answers.
Computer Science/Telecom - Law/Forensics
21.02.2017
Informatics, innovation and ethics: 36 research projects explore big data
The SNSF is launching the National Research Programme ‘Big Data', which aims to develop novel methods of information analysis, to create specific applications and to suggest solutions to the ethical and legal challenges posed by big data. Several billion gigabytes of data are created each day.
Life Sciences - Law/Forensics
10.02.2016
Entry into force of the Nagoya Ordinance
The Nagoya Ordinance came into force on 1 February 2016. The SNSF has added sections on Access and Benefit Sharing to its application forms.
Law/Forensics
03.02.2016
February 28 vote: Lawprofessors of Swiss universities are concerned
The popular initiative "Enforce the expulsion of foreign criminals", also known as the enforcement initiative, has led the academic legal profession in Switzerland to issue a joint statement ahead of the vote on 28 February.
Law/Forensics - Social Sciences
29.07.2015
Increased Transparency in Investor-State Dispute Settlement
Increased Transparency in Investor-State Dispute Settlement
What are the impacts of transparency rules for treaty-based investor-State arbitration? Dimitrij Euler, a PhD student in public international law, co-edited a commentary on the new UNCITRAL Rules of Transparency.
Business/Economics - Law/Forensics
18.10.2013
Law/Forensics - Physics/Materials Science
10.09.2012
Built-in Germanium Lasers could make Computer Chips faster
Built-in Germanium Lasers could make Computer Chips faster
Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) researchers have investigated how they could make the semiconductor Germanium emit laser light. As a laser material, Germanium together with Silicon could form the basis for innovative computer chips in which information would be transferred partially in the form of light.
Law/Forensics
28.02.2012
Dr JoŽl Jaffrain's PhD public defense on 17 February 17, 2012
Dr JoŽl Jaffrain's PhD public defense on 17 February 17, 2012
Professor A. Berne, thesis director, and the whole LTE team, congratulate J. Jaffrain for his thesis on “Experimental quantification of the variability of the raindrop size distribution at small scales".
Law/Forensics - Business/Economics
30.09.2010
Swiss law expert counters Alcon Independent Director Committee’s legal position in proposed merger with Novartis
Swiss law expert counters Alcon Independent Director Committee's legal position in proposed merger with Novartis Merger decision must be approved by the entire board of the company and cannot be dele
Law/Forensics - Architecture
09.03.2010
15 Moore’s years. 3D chip stacking will take Moore’s Law past 2020
Zurich, Switzerland, 9 March 2010 —Some laws are made to be broken, and others are made to be followed.
Physics/Materials Science - Law/Forensics
03.03.2010
Technology from the Paul Scherrer Institute detects proton collisions at unprecedented levels of energy
Technology from the Paul Scherrer Institute detects proton collisions at unprecedented levels of energy
CERN has been able to take the first measurements of collisions between the highest-energy particles ever generated. These collisions were performed at CERN's new LHC accelerator and recorded with the CMS Experiment, which involved a key component (the barrel pixel detector) contributed by the Paul Scherrer Institute in collaboration with Swiss Universities.
Arts and Design - Law/Forensics
28.01.2010
Modelle der Corporate Governance als Vorbild
Zurich - University of Zurich Viele Musikhochschulen haben fŁr Berufungsverfahren keine Reglemente.
Law/Forensics
21.07.2009
Broad consensus in favour of imam training in Switzerland
21.07.2009 / Bern - SNF Should imams and Muslim religious teachers be allowed to train at Swiss universities in future? The majority of Muslims living in Switzerland advocate the idea, as do Swiss authorities, universities and legal experts.
Law/Forensics
24.02.2009
Right-wing extremism in Switzerland
24.02.2009 / Bern - SNF Launched in 2003, the National Research Programme "Right-wing extremism " causes and countermeasures" (NRP 40+), has now been completed."One conclusion is that t

 
 
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