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The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is back. Scientists are resuming their search for clues to the origins of the universe.
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Swiss astrophysicist Adrian Glauser guides us through the technology in the most powerful space telescope ever deployed – the James Webb.
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Dirk Koy talks about the pros and cons of trading digital art using non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
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The "Swiss Revolution" brought democracy to Switzerland. It was an uprising against the aristocracy – and the beginning of a long journey.
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Hacker Tillie Kottmann exposes security holes in computer systems and has been charged in the US for making them public.
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Swiss-born Daniel Hänni has spent most of his adult life working with chimpanzees. Hänni runs the Jane Goodall Institute Switzerland (JGI...
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Researchers at the Idiap Research Institute in canton Valais explain what AI is and how algorithms work.
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A Swiss project presented at Expo 2020 aims to introduce girls to science and technical disciplines using interactive robots.
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Three paralysed patients could walk, cycle and swim using a nerve-stimulation device controlled by a touchscreen tablet.
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Millions of people watch others play games on live streaming portals. Meet Stefanie "Stefy" Holenweg, one of the best-known Swiss Twitch users.
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On February 13, the Swiss will vote for the fourth time on whether to ban animal testing.
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Nikki Böhler is a young internet campaigner seeking to shape the digital transformation of society.
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The James Webb Space Telescope, the biggest, most powerful space telescope in history, is set to launch into space on Christmas Eve.
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It's the first time the World Fair is being held in a Middle Eastern country. The Expo 2020 Dubai focuses on sustainability, smart mobility and...
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The prehistoric past of the city of Lucerne is still largely unknown. However, the lake that surrounds it could yet harbour some clues.
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Here is our compilation of the most promising Swiss robotic innovations showcased at the Swiss Robotics Day.
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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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Meet Oday Darwich, a computer scientist who brings together researchers, industry and society to work on quantum computers.
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The world's first autonomous bus is drawing to an end of trials in southern Switzerland. A mobility expert says the Swiss approach is a strong one.
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In early September, an orchestra presented Beethoven's 10th Symphony to audiences in Lausanne and Geneva – a creation by artificial intelligence.
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