The National Latsis Prize 2016 has been awarded to Alexander Keese for his research into ethnicity, forced labour and political transitions in west and central Africa. Continue
Horizons explores the role of research in international development. In which projects should money be invested? How effective are these investments? And who will own the research results?
For the first time, a study has developed scenarios for restructuring transitioning Switzerland's scientific publication system towards Open Access (OA).
The crowdfunding platform "wemakeit" is launching a Science Booster channel. The SNSF welcomes this initiative to secure unconventional support for innovative research ideas.
Following the JPND call "Harmonisation and Alignment in Brain Imaging Methods for Neurodegeneration", ten projects were selected for funding. Swiss researchers are participating in one project.
The Swiss National Science Foundation is launching a competition for scientific images and videos. Open to researchers working in Switzerland, the competition aims to reveal the hidden beauty of science.
The SNSF is extending its temporary measure to improve the participation rate of the humanities and social sciences at the European level by one year.
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