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Internet of Things Swiss nanosatellite launched into orbit

A nanosatellite developed by Swiss start-up Astrocast was launched into space Monday at a SpaceX rocket launch in California.

This content was published on December 4, 2018 3:38 PM

Collider scope Large Hadron Collider shuts down for two years

The world’s most powerful particle accelerator has been switched off for about two years to enable a major upgrade and renovation work.

This content was published on December 3, 2018 3:07 PM

Passport information Don’t know your date of birth? Problem solved

People who don’t know or cannot prove their date of birth face a range of challenges, such as reserving flights or hotel rooms online.

This content was published on December 3, 2018 2:16 PM

Global warming Most Swiss think about CO2-generating lifestyles

A majority of the Swiss population feels that climate change is alarming enough to start questioning personal lifestyles, finds a survey.

This content was published on December 2, 2018 6:35 PM

COP24 Climate talks open amid post-Paris polemics

Three years after sealing a landmark global climate deal in Paris, world leaders are gathering again in Poland to agree on the fine print.

Governance dispute? Crypto Valley Association board members to step down

The majority of Switzerland's Crypto Valley Association (CVA) board, including president Oliver Bussmann, have announced that they will not be ...

This content was published on November 30, 2018 11:44 AM

neuroscience EPFL launches interactive 3D atlas of mouse brain

Researchers from the Blue Brain Project have unveiled their ‘Cell Atlas’, a 3D, interactive, constantly-evolving simulation of a mouse brain.

This content was published on November 28, 2018 9:42 PM

Space mission Swiss electronics to take Mars’ pulse

Now Zurich researchers will be analysing the data collected from the mysterious planet's interior.