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New call: Enter Nanolive’s “Scientists of Tomorrow” competition!

  Nanolive is a Lausanne, Switzerland, based company that has developped a novel microscope to look at living cells in 3D. It is a new kind of self-adjusting, holographic and tomographic microsope. Nanolive is inviting Undergraduate students from all over … Continue reading

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New call: Certificate of advanced studies in Public Governance and Administration at ETH Zürich

The ETH Zürich is announcing a new course in Public Governance and Administration. This unique and intense certificate program is designed specifically for aspiring public sector leaders and enhances knowledge, skills and confidence across three critical dimensions: the ability to dissect … Continue reading

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Launch of the 3rd Swiss’ Experiences Series !

The Swiss Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan SCCIJ and the Science & Technology Office Tokyo, Embassy of Switzerland in Japan, are very pleased to announce the revival of the Swiss’ Experiences Series. The second round of the presentation … Continue reading

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School of Health Sciences Vaud HESAV signed a partnership agreement with Teikyo University!

The School of Health Sciences Vaud (Haute Ecole de Santé HESAV), of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Western Switzerland (HES-SO), signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the development of exchanges and cooperation in Radiography with Teikyo … Continue reading

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New partner agreement between Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) and Rikkyo University

Zurich University of Applied Sciences has signed a new partner inter-faculty agreement with Rikkyo University! Bachelor students in International Management at ZHAW will now have the opportunity to do an exchange semester at Rikkyo University’s College of Business, starting from … Continue reading

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Cybathlon featured in a japanese publication about robots & AI

Prof. Shuro Nakajima from Wakayama University recently published a book on the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robotics: ROBOT – are they our enemies, or our friends? In this publication, Prof. Nakajima describes the emergence of AI and robots, … Continue reading

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Japan taps into technology and IT to address labor-shortages

As labor-shortages hits Japan, many stores and companies turn to new technologies to keep their business running. According to the Bank of Japan, the number of companies suffering of personnel shortages reached highest level since 25 years, forcing many to … Continue reading

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Kick-off Symposium for World Leading Research Centers organized in Sendai

As a 2018 Designated National University, Tohoku University is organizing the kick-off Symposium for World Leading Research Centers on Material Science and Spintronics on February 19th and 20th in Sendai, Northern Japan. Prof. Dr. Alfio M. Quarteroni, Director of the Chair of … Continue reading

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New Call: JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowships for Overseas Researchers

The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) is offering different fellowship programs to give opportunities for excellent researchers from around the world to come to Japan to conduct scientific collaboration with their Japanese colleagues. As a nomination body, the … Continue reading

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Switzerland Research featured at the European Research Day (ERD) in Tokyo

The third edition of the European Research Day (ERD) was held early December at the Delegation of the European Union to Japan, organized by Euraxess Japan. The goal of the one-day workshop was to “bring together the European research community … Continue reading

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