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Life Sciences - History / Archeology - 24.01.2024
Rousseau’s herbariums available online
The University of Neuchâtel publishes all of Jean-Jacques Rousseau's herbariums online. The recently inaugurated lesherbiersderousseau.org website brings together the dried plant collections of the Genevan writer and philosopher of the Enlightenment.

Environment - Physics - 05.12.2023
Quantifying groundwater through gravity variations
Quantifying groundwater through gravity variations
At a time when climate change is causing intense droughts to alternate with torrential rains, the RADMOGG project aims to assess the dynamics of the underground reservoirs to which the blue gold that falls from the sky flows, based on the measurement of minute variations in the Earth's gravity. The project's initiator, Landon Halloran, assistant professor at the University of Neuchâtel's Centre for Hydrogeology and Geothermal Energy (CHYN), presented its objectives at the Swiss Geoscience Meeting on November 17 and 18 in Mendrisio (TI ).

History / Archeology - 30.10.2023
Archaeology and civil engineering benefit the economy
Archaeology and civil engineering benefit the economy
In his doctoral thesis defended at the University of Neuchâtel, Paul Jobin demonstrates the complex and fruitful relationship between archaeology and civil engineering. Or how ancient remains influence the timing and implementation of future economic developments in Switzerland. For Paul Jobin, 'modern archaeology has changed over the decades.

Event - 26.09.2023
Opening of a book to help you learn French and Swiss culture
Opening of a book to help you learn French and Swiss culture
Kimberley Perrenoud, a former student at the University of Neuchâtel, will be unveiling her book Parlons suisse ! at the Institut de langue et civilisation françaises (ILCF) on Monday October 2.

Social Sciences - Economics - 05.04.2023
Itinerant markets under the eye of anthropologists
Itinerant markets under the eye of anthropologists
The sociological study Moving Market Places focuses on the daily life of those who run stalls in mobile markets in four countries (Spain, United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Switzerland).

Health - 21.02.2023
Making urban space more supportive of mental health
Making urban space more supportive of mental health
A participatory research project aimed at making the city more conducive to the recovery of people living with a diagnosis of psychosis starts on March 1. The project is led by the Department of Psychiatry of the CHUV, in collaboration with the Institute of Geography of the University of Neuchâtel (UniNE) and the Haute Ecole de santé La Source.

Physics - Event - 16.06.2022
An ever more powerful ultrafast laser flash
An ever more powerful ultrafast laser flash
The Time-Frequency Laboratory (LTF) of the University of Neuchâtel has just achieved a new performance in the field of ultrafast lasers.

Career - Economics - 24.08.2020
Webcam sex: half a billion followers
Webcam sex: half a billion followers
The pornographic sequences broadcast live on the web feature between 300,000 and 500,000 people - the vast majority of them women - for a largely male clientele of at least 500 million followers.

Linguistics / Literature - 01.07.2014
Donating WhatsApp messages to science: a rewarding mid-term review
Launched on June 1st by the Universities of Neuchâtel, Zurich and Bern, the WhatsApp message collection campaign is in full swing.