«This project forces us to think transnationally»
The cyber security specialists Myriam Dunn Cavelty and Matteo E. Bonfanti participate in a European project with 18 partners. Precisely the many partners are very important for their research.
«The greater the obstacles, the more I am fascinated by them»
Everything is interrelated on multiple levels – Andreas Plückthun designs synthetic proteins as therapeutics, for example against cancer. The current European project now supports his important high-risk basic research.
With a Little Help from Your Robot
Smart technologies for better therapies and prostheses – How Roger Gassert’s research could change the daily life of people with motor disabilities, why he considers it worthwhile to participate in a collaborative EU project and what impressed him most at
When the Earth Shakes
Understanding natural and man-made earthquakes – What fascinates Stefan Wiemer about earthquakes and his job as Director of the Swiss Seismological Service and why he wanted to be engaged in a collaborative EU project on geothermal energy.
Taming the financial system
Complex systems science for a sustainable future – How Stefano Battiston and his team are contributing to a global financial system that serves society, channels funds towards a green economy and places citizens at the centre of policy process in
A phone call with consequences
Wind energy for Europe‘s buildings – How the Swiss start-up company Anerdgy became a partner in the prestigious Horizon 2020 project ZERO PLUS and how it contributes to shaping the designs of a new generation of net zero energy settlements.
A glimpse of the future
Driverless parking and charging for e-Mobility – Imagine, you drive your e-car to go shopping. In front of the shopping mall you order your car to the parking area with a simple click on a button of your smartphone. Your