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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.

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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

NASA insider ‘Is there life out there?’ This man’s in charge of trying to find out

Fifty years after the moon landing, what's next for NASA? The man at the head of the space agency's Science Mission Directorate tells swissinfo.ch.

First moon landing The beautiful lunar toy from Bern

The first manned mission to the moon was also one giant leap for the University of Bern, which helped to clear up a misconception about the Big Bang.

Cell exploration 3D microscope offers window to cell behaviour

Scientists will be better able to see how living cells function thanks to a new automated 3D microscope that allows observation without the use of ...

This content was published on July 15, 2019 6:59 PM

Latest numbers Stats show fewer animal experiments

Animal testing dropped by around 5% in 2018, latest figures show.

This content was published on July 5, 2019 10:12 PM