17th Swiss Global Change Day

Sciences Switzerland12 April 2016 in Bern

The Swiss Global Change Day is the event where the Science Community of all disciplines meets and interacts. The aim is to present recent highlights in global environmental change research as well as to point out challenges for future research.

The poster session reflects the current research activities. There is ample of time to study these posters and to discuss. Travel awards honour the most attractive and comprehensive posters. Weiterlesen

Call for FLASH Research Projects with Brazil & India

scnat Science and PolicyThe FLASH Research Programme is a new funding instrument that allows researchers to react quickly in case of exceptional events by setting up joint research projects between partners from Brazil or India and Switzerland. The research project must focus on and be directly linked to the event; the research project will study effects, impact and implications of the event, that could not be observed under normal conditions. Weiterlesen

Call for Kick-Starting Projects with African Countries

scnat Science and PolicyGrants are available for the following countries: Cameroon, Ghana, Senegal, Kenya, Uganda, Mozambique, Zambia.

Funding Instruments: Kick-starting exchange visits, Kick-starting joint seminars, Kick-starting joint workshops.

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New Call: Learning Events for Researchers from Developing Countries

scnat Science and PolicyLearning events enhance the educational, scientific and training competencies of individual researchers as well as their research institutions. KFPE’s Learning Events Programme supports researchers from developing countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America involved in research partnerships with a Swiss institution and promotes interdisciplinary and intercultural learning. Weiterlesen

Annual Congress 2013 of the Swiss Academy of Sciences (SCNAT) «The Quantum Atom at 100 – Niels Bohr’s Legacy»

SCNATThe congress will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Niels Bohr’s publication „On the Constitution of Atoms and Molecules“ and offer an overview on subsequent developments, leading to the modern version of quantum mechanics and its implications and to the current understanding of the constitution of matter.

November 21-22, 2013
at Zurich University of Applied Science,
Campus St. Georgenplatz, Aula, Winterthur Weiterlesen