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Lars-Erik Cederman receives the Benoist Prize

Lars-Erik Cederman has been awarded this year’s Marcel Benoist Swiss Science Prize. Mr Cederman, Professor of International Conflict Research at the ETH Zurich, will receive the CHF 250,000 prize for his work on political peace-building and the inclusion of ethnic minorities. Federal Councillor Johann N. Schneider-Ammann, Chairman of the Foundation, personally informed Mr Cederman about the award. The award ceremony will take place in Bern on 15 November. Continue

  • Educational research: in a teacher’s shoes

    An urban exhibition invites passers-by to take on the role of a teacher in a vocational training school. The objective is to demonstrate the challenges in a tangible way and to explain methods developed for overcoming them.

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  • Tax incentives need to be straightforward

    By analysing Basel’s electricity levy, researchers of the University of Lucerne explored how tax incentives influence electricity consumption.

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  • Making open access the new normal

    It has never been so easy to obtain grants for open access publications from the SNSF. Researchers can now apply for them on the mySNF online platform – even after the project has ended.

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  • NORFACE: pre-announcement of the Governance call

    NORFACE is launching the call “Democratic governance in a turbulent age (Governance)” in December 2018. The call will be open to all researchers in the social sciences and humanities in Switzerland.

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  • Research resonates at museum

    A research project is investigating sound phenomena and searching radio archives. Some of its findings can be explored at the Tinguely Museum.

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  • CHIST-ERA: Call 2018 announcement

    The ERA-NET CHIST-ERA supports European research collaborations in information and communication sciences and technologies.

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