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Research Management - Politics - 08.11.2022
Focus on vocational education and training during Switzerland visit by Georgian Minister of Education and Science

Economics - Politics - 07.11.2022
Federal Councillor Guy Parmelin to pay working visits to the UK and Spain

Environment - Politics - 07.11.2022
COP27: President of the Swiss Confederation urges international community to keep 1.5C target in sight

Politics - Innovation - 14.10.2022
Switzerland's president touts value of anticipatory science diplomacy

Politics - Innovation - 12.10.2022
Digital political participation in the Swiss cantons: The midfield is catching up
The DigiPart Index records the extent to which it is possible to participate digitally in political processes in Switzerland's cantons on a scale of 0 to 100.

Politics - Campus - 29.09.2022
Two days to discuss the challenges of the university system and university governance

Health - Politics - 28.09.2022
Catalysing One Health with Swiss Diplomacy
Catalysing One Health with Swiss Diplomacy
Co-authored by over 30 international experts, a new policy brief has been published which recommends leveraging Switzerland's scientific and diplomatic role in One Health.

Politics - Research Management - 29.08.2022
Cooperation between Swiss and Israeli researchers strengthened

Politics - Environment - 17.08.2022
Confederation preparing to issue first green Confederation bond
The Federal Council intends to strengthen the Swiss financial centre's position as a leading location for sustainable financial services.

Politics - Research Management - 22.07.2022
State Secretary Hirayama attends informal EU ministerial meeting on competition in research and innovation

History / Archeology - Politics - 19.07.2022
Official visit to Greece by State Secretary Martina Hirayama to focus on education, research, innovation and archaeology

Research Management - Politics - 04.07.2022
State Secretary Martina Hirayama on a working visit to Germany

Research Management - Politics - 04.07.2022
Federal Councillor Guy Parmelin heads economic and scientific mission to South Africa

Research Management - Politics - 28.06.2022
State Secretary Martina Hirayama in Brussels

Research Management - Politics - 27.06.2022
Confederation’s research and development spending to decline in 2021

Politics - 24.06.2022
Staying positive in challenging times
Staying positive in challenging times
Linda Maduz has great faith in people's - and society's - resilience and in their capacity for positive development, even in politically turbulent times.

Politics - Research Management - 23.06.2022
State Secretary Martina Hirayama attends Eureka Ministerial Conference

Environment - Politics - 13.06.2022
A convention to decarbonise International Geneva
A convention to decarbonise International Geneva

Research Management - Politics - 30.05.2022
State Secretary Martina Hirayama on a scientific mission to Morocco

Politics - History / Archeology - 25.05.2022
Shelter, stability and beauty

Innovation - Politics - 19.05.2022
New Swiss Alliance for Capacity-building in PeaceTech
New Swiss Alliance for Capacity-building in PeaceTech

Politics - 11.05.2022
New imaging method makes tiny robots visible in the body
New imaging method makes tiny robots visible in the body

Politics - Research Management - 21.04.2022
President Cassis rounds off visit to Japan with an address at Kyoto University

Politics - Research Management - 18.04.2022
President Cassis discusses global security and bilateral issues with Japanese Prime Minister Kishida and Foreign Minister Hayashi

Economics - Politics - 14.04.2022
President Ignazio Cassis to visit Japan: meetings to focus on economic and scientific cooperation

Politics - 13.04.2022
Federal Council wants Switzerland to join six European research infrastructures

Politics - Health - 23.03.2022
'The West now realizes it has taken some things for granted'
’The West now realizes it has taken some things for granted’

Politics - Art and Design - 09.03.2022
A new platform for the diplomacy of cultural heritage
A new platform for the diplomacy of cultural heritage

Politics - Astronomy / Space - 17.02.2022
State Secretary Martina Hirayama attends European Space Summit in Toulouse

Politics - Astronomy / Space - 16.02.2022
Federal Council to seek participation in Copernicus

Politics - Economics - 07.02.2022
Working visit to Finland and Germany by Federal Councillor Guy Parmelin

Politics - 04.02.2022
’How we question the ethics of AI is a very political issue’
In advance of the AI & Ethics Week conference, co-organized by EPFL's College of Humanities and Center for Digital Trust, ethics expert Johan Rochel talks about the importance of international and cross-sector debate on the impacts of artificial intelligence.

Astronomy / Space - Politics - 26.01.2022
State Secretary Martina Hirayama at the European Space Conference

Politics - 17.12.2021
Election Campaigning on Social Media: Tweet Style Can Determine Voters' Choice
Election Campaigning on Social Media: Tweet Style Can Determine Voters’ Choice
The way that politicians use social media can influence how they are perceived by voters. Policy-oriented messages contribute to a more professional impression, while too much private content can have a negative effect. These are the findings of a study conducted with the participation of the University of Basel.

Politics - 16.12.2021
Switzerland attends 8th ASEM Education Ministers’ Meeting

Astronomy / Space - Politics - 19.11.2021
ESA Council of Ministers gives boost to European space activities

Politics - 09.11.2021
Swiss security policy in an unstable world
Swiss security policy in an unstable world

Environment - Politics - 20.10.2021
Net zero needs a plan
It will take more than a long-term target for 2050 to achieve climate neutrality, says Reto Knutti. Policymakers must take a consistent approach towards net zero, and define a reduction path with specific measures and interim targets.

Administration - Politics - 14.09.2021
Emirati Minister of Education visits Bern

Social Sciences - Politics - 13.09.2021
New UNESCO chair in inclusive toponymy “Naming the World”
New UNESCO chair in inclusive toponymy “Naming the World”

Environment - Politics - 31.08.2021
Curious, committed, inspiring - a thoroughbred researcher retires
Curious, committed, inspiring - a thoroughbred researcher retires
In official circles, he is known as Alfred West. But his fellow researchers and colleagues, simply call him Johny.

Politics - 18.08.2021
Independent task force with new leader
Independent task force with new leader

Politics - 02.08.2021
Switzerland and the EU - where to now?
Switzerland and the EU - where to now?
Following the termination of negotiations for a framework agreement, researchers outline a three-stage plan for the further development of a constructive partnership between Switzerland and the European Union.

Politics - 24.07.2021
Swiss President Guy Parmelin meets Japanese Prime Minister Suga

Politics - Administration - 20.07.2021
State Secretary Hirayama attends Informal EU Ministerial Meeting on Competition in Research and Innovation

Politics - 05.05.2021
State Secretary Hirayama at COST Ministerial Conference for 50th anniversary

Health - Politics - 22.03.2021
In the eye of the storm
In the eye of the storm

Politics - Career - 22.03.2021
Working for Peace
Working for Peace

Politics - 19.03.2021
Power-sharing and its side effects
Power-sharing and its side effects
The participation of ethnic minorities in the government can decide between war and peace. ETH postdoc Andreas Juon researches how different forms of power-sharing affect the stability and quality of political systems.

Politics - 18.03.2021
Moving closer to finding a solution for deep disposal
Where should radioactive waste be packaged before it is stored in a deep geological repository? Daniela Scherer explains how stakeholders are being brought on board to tackle this thorny question.