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Data protection Swiss patient data left unprotected online

Highly sensitive medical data, including almost 200,000 pictures of patients in Switzerland, have ended up on unsecured servers.

This content was published on September 17, 2019 4:46 PM

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E-mobility Micro-cars come to Swiss cities

After e-scooters and bikes, you can now also hire electric micro-cars in Switzerland. A company from Biel is leading the way.

Slumber science Siestas once or twice a week may cut heart attack risk by half

A daytime nap taken once or twice a week could halve the risk of a heart attack or stroke, according to new research.

This content was published on September 10, 2019 2:20 PM

Astronomy Swiss project launched to name exoplanet

What names would you give a distant exoplanet and its star located 100 light years away?

This content was published on September 2, 2019 5:34 PM

Recognition  Swiss professor tops ranking of 100,000 scientists 

A scientist at Switzerland’s Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) has been ranked first in a list of 100,000 top scientists.

This content was published on August 26, 2019 4:48 PM

medical breakthrough Swiss researchers decode cell receptor in cancer metastasis

Researchers in Switzerland have deciphered the structure of a cell receptor, unlocking new hope for the prevention of metastasis of certain cancers.

This content was published on August 22, 2019 7:26 PM

Studying Switzerland The German researcher who rocked Swiss cheese

When Michael Harenberg came to Switzerland, he never imagined he would find himself trying to find out whether cheese can be improved with music.

No Blackout The invisible ghost in the machine

Artist Marc Renaud attempts to capture the indispensable but invisible force that powers civilization.

Foetus-friendly  Zurich researchers develop world’s smallest stent 

Scientists in Zurich have developed the world’s smallest stent – 40 times smaller than previously possible.  

This content was published on August 8, 2019 4:55 PM