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Career - Economics / Business - 26.01.2023

Research Management - Career - 16.01.2023

Career - Campus - 15.12.2022

Career - Research Management - 28.11.2022

Career - Innovation - 05.10.2022
Constructive approach to error-making boosts innovation
This year's Swiss HR Barometer focuses on working conditions that promote innovative behaviours amongst employees. Approaching errors in an open manner, a practice prevalent in Switzerland, has a positive effect on innovative behaviour as well as attitudes to work. Scope for improvement is found in areas such as support for new ideas, personnel development and compensation.

Career - 20.09.2022

Astronomy / Space Science - Career - 02.09.2022

Research Management - Career - 09.08.2022

Career - Pedagogy - 26.07.2022
Ambitious career aspirations: A balancing act between success and disappointment
Ambitious career aspirations: A balancing act between success and disappointment
Higher aspirations lead to higher achievements. At least, that is true in the context of educational and occupational aspirations, as shown by a new study co-authored by economist Dr. Reto Odermatt of the University of Basel. Unrealistically high aspirations as a teenager, however, can have a negative effect on well-being as an adult.

Life Sciences - Career - 19.07.2022

Research Management - Career - 07.07.2022

Environment - Career - 17.06.2022
Walking to net zero
The Canton of Zurich recently adopted the net-zero 2040 climate protection target. Here Sibylle Wälty appeals for more 10-minute neighbourhoods, which, by making better use of the settlement area, will reduce emissions.

Materials Science - Career - 19.05.2022

Career - Campus - 11.05.2022

Career - Environment - 01.02.2022
Using co-working spaces to recycle e-waste sustainably
Using co-working spaces to recycle e-waste sustainably
An Indo-Swiss research team led by researchers is developing an ecological and solidarity-based business model that reduces the environmental impact of e-waste recycling.

Social Sciences - Career - 08.12.2021
'The EU is hitting the limits in the US system it's modeled after'
’The EU is hitting the limits in the US system it's modeled after’
Policymakers need to reconsider the European Union's heavy promotion of cross-border mobility if they want to preserve cohesion among member states, according to a new book by three researchers drawing on urban sociology studies carried out at EPFL.

Life Sciences - Career - 19.11.2021

Research Management - Career - 15.11.2021

Career - Research Management - 01.11.2021

Innovation - Career - 29.09.2021
UNIGE and FONGIT strengthen their support for innovation
UNIGE and FONGIT strengthen their support for innovation
This new partnership offers Geneva-based start-ups easier access to research laboratories and new funding opportunities.

Campus - Career - 22.09.2021

Health - Career - 17.09.2021

Career - Campus - 15.09.2021
SUPSI and FHNW strengthen their collaboration for mobility programmes
Academic staff mobility is an important aspect that contributes to the quality of the academic system.

Environment - Career - 19.08.2021

Innovation - Career - 11.08.2021
Who owns the discoveries and inventions made by scientists?
Who owns the discoveries and inventions made by scientists?
SUMMER SERIES: HOW SCIENCE WORKS Every year, scientists churn out over 4,000 journal articles on new discoveries and nearly 140 inventions. Even though discoveries and inventions are closely related, it would be a mistake to put them in the same basket: the intellectual property is handled in two very different ways.

Research Management - Career - 06.07.2021
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