Science: Is science global or local ?

Science.  Geneva, March 4 2014. Albert Einstein studied and then taught at the Zurich Polytechnics :  ever since, and indeed even since before, Switzerland is seen as a science hub… with some rivalry between the French and German part of the country.

Movie: Particle fever with one switch, everything changes.

Culture. Geneva, 10 December 2013. Imagine being able to watch as Edison turned on the first light bulb, or as Franklin received his first jolt of electricity. For the first time, a film gives audiences a front row seat to our generation’s most significant and inspiring scientific breakthrough as it happens.

Science: 200'000 espèces venimeuses, parfois capables de tuer, peuvent aussi sauver des vies.

Science.Education. Genève, le 30 novembre 2013. La Fondation Toxinomics est une organisation sans but lucratif et indépendante qui propose la promotion de la connaissance des animaux, plantes et micro organismes qui produisent des substances bioactives pour le bénéfice des êtres humains et de la nature.

Turn a camera on Our camera: The second Collide@CERN-Geneva prize is awarded to a film maker

Culture. Geneva, 16 October 2013. CERN and the City and the Canton of Geneva awarded in march 2013 the second Collide@CERN-Geneva prize to the 47 year-old film maker Jan Peters, for his proposal to explore the world of CERN from a highly personal perspective.


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