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The crash of Swissair flight 111
A film looking at the Swissair flight 111 crash off Nova Scotia, the worst accident in Swiss civil aviation history.
Let’s Talk: the future of Crypto Nation Switzerland
Can Switzerland succeed in its ambitions to become a leading global hub for cryptocurrency and blockchain industries?
The circular economy: a new way of making and using things
Switzerland is good at collecting and recycling materials. But various hurdles stand in the way of developing a circular economy in other sectors.
Happy as an invasive clam?
Could harvesting invasive species be a solution? Our reporter went Asian clam digging and cooked up her catch.
Switzerland says sorry! The fondue invasion
Swiss comedian and director Patrick Karpiczenko apologises for the Cheese Union, a mafia-like cartel that has flooded the world with cheese.
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Swiss government sanctions u-turn
Neutral Switzerland followed the European Union (EU) on Monday in sanctioning Russia.
ESG bonds and their use cases explained
Interest in ESG bonds has been steadily growing but what exactly are they and why are they being bought and sold?
Empowering linguistic diversity in newsrooms
Take a look behind the scenes of SWI swissinfo.ch.
How to multiply the number of solar energy sites in Switzerland
Switzerland is experimenting with solar energy solutions to help meet its ambitious 2050 CO2 goal.
Geneva Internationals: Improving storytelling in international development
Meet Joan Okitoi-Heisig, a communications specialist who helps international development actors better communicate about their work.
Geneva Internationals: Using AI to solve real-world problems
Meet Mohanty Sharada, an AI specialist. Many of his friends moved to Silicon Valley, but he stayed to create a start-up in Geneva.
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Geneva Internationals: When people collide at CERN, not particles
Meet Oday Darwich, a computer scientist who brings together researchers, industry and society to work on quantum computers.
In Kari Voutilainen's watch workshop
SWI swissinfo.ch meets star watchmaker Kari Voutilainen at his workshop in canton Neuchâtel.
Hollywood gives Swiss bankers a bad rap
The director of the Swiss national film archives explains how Hollywood is helping to keep clichés about dishonest Swiss bankers alive.
Swiss multinationals in brief
What is a multinational and which criteria makes it Swiss? Why are there so many in Switzerland, what's their economic impact on the job market?
Are electric planes about to conquer the skies?
This summer the world's first electric-powered aircraft was certified and flew its maiden flight in Switzerland.
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The Alpine rail link project, explained
The inauguration of the Ceneri base tunnel in southern Switzerland marks the symbolic completion of the Alptransit project.
Why is Switzerland so expensive?
Switzerland is eye-wateringly pricey. But do the people earning a Swiss wage see these sky-high costs the same way?
How I built my own Swiss watch – in a day
A start-up lets you make a Swiss mechanical watch and take it home with you at the end of the day.
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