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Swiss-made agrotech Swiss start-up leads the fight against food waste

A Swiss agrotech start-up has declared war on food waste with the development of a natural product that fights pathogenic fungi.

Trisa's Dental democracy Swiss toothbrush company gives workers a say

Toothbrushes made by Swiss family enterprise Trisa clean the teeth of people on every continent. The company has a unique employee philosophy.

Baselworld 2019 Start-ups out to conquer the watchmaking world

With several traditional watchmakers not in attendance, Baselworld has this year launched a platform to showcase industry start-ups.

Start-ups at Baselworld ‘An incredible opportunity to meet everyone in the watch-making world’

Trendy and sustainable The new chic: pre-loved watches

With the rise of e-commerce and retro fashion trends, watches are finding a second life around new wrists.

Exotic fibres Why bananas could be the fabric of the future

Can Swiss experiments with fibres from banana stem, nettle, wood or flax offer more sustainable alternatives to cotton?

Gene therapy GE, Roche, Spark: flair for genes

The fear of missing out is a powerful motivator. Dealmaking in healthcare is often fuelled by a drive to outbid rivals for cutting-edge technology. 

Pilatus PC-24 Swiss-made ‘Air Force One’ jet ready for service

The locally produced Pilatus PC-24 jet plane will transport the Swiss president and other members of the Federal Council.

This content was published on February 19, 2019 3:46 PM

Swiss drone valley Startup makes life-saving robots inspired by flies

The drones of Lausanne start-up Flyability can reach inaccessible areas, reducing not only costs but also the risk of a fatal accident.

WEF19 - Future of Health The pharma holy grail: drugs for you, designed by you

In the age of sensors, wearables, and artificial intelligence (AI), almost everything can be customised for the individual.

Baselworld and SIHH New calendar forces watchmakers to choose between fairs

Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) or Baselworld in 2020?

Wrist vault 300-year-old watchmaker creates crypto storage timepiece

One of Switzerland’s oldest watchmakers, which traces its roots to 1718, has entered the blockchain age with a timepiece that stores cryptocurrencies.

This content was published on January 10, 2019 5:03 PM