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Der Beitrag der Nobelpreisträger für Physik

Der Nobelpreis für Physik 2021 wurde zur Hälfte an die beiden Klimawissenschaftler Syukuro Manabe und Klaus Hasselmann verliehen, «für das physikalische Modellieren des Klimas der Erde, die quantitative Analyse von

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Il Forum mondiale delle Nazioni Unite sui dati ha mobilitato esperti per offrire soluzioni per il 2030

Il Forum mondiale delle Nazioni Unite sui dati 2021 (UNWDF) si è concluso il 6 ottobre a Berna con l’adozione del «Bern Data Compact for the Decade of Action on

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Born in Catania, Sicily, Gabriel Cuomo went to Trieste for his master's degree, to Lausanne as a doctoral student, and finally to New York as a postdoc. The picture shows Cuomo during a visit to Switzerland.
Gabriel Cuomo receives the CHIPP Prize 2021

Last year, Gabriel Cuomo successfully defended his PhD thesis in theoretical particle physics at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). For this academic achievement, the Sicilian-born physicist, who now lives

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Equipe de suisse aux olympiades internationales de physique 2021
Les Suisses ont su se démarquer dans le cadre des Olympiades internationales de physique 2021

Lors des Olympiades internationales de physique (IPhO), qui se sont déroulées du 17 au 24 juillet, des jeunes de plus de 70 pays ont résolu des épreuves portant sur les

XENON
Leading Xenon Researchers unite to build next-generation Dark Matter Detector

The XENON/DARWIN and LUX-ZEPLIN collaborations have now joined forces to work together on the design, construction, and operation of a new, single, multi-tonne scale xenon observatory to explore dark matter.

European Girls’ Olympiad in Informatics (EGOI) 2021: Priska Steinebrunner, Vivienne Burkhardt, Ema Skottova, Jasmin Studer
Des jeunes femmes suisses remportent des médailles aux premières Olympiades européennes d’informatique réservées aux femmes

Les European Girls’ Olympiad in Informatics (EGOI), fondées en Suisse, ont eu lieu pour la première fois du 13 au 19 juin. Le concours international auquel ont participé 157 élèves

Prize-winners Prix Schläfli 2021 (from upper left): Gregor Weiss, Fabian Mahrt, Claudia Aloisi, Gabriel Dill
Prix Schläfli 2021 award for the four best dissertations in natural sciences

The body's own defence against urinary tract infections, a new method for quantifying and determining genetic damage, evidence in so-called Diophantine geometry and the question of how soot from combustion

Prof. Martin Hoferichter has held a professorship at the University of Bern since 2020, funded by the Eccellenza programme of the Swiss National Science Foundation.
Various results shake up the Standard Model

At the beginning of April, the US research laboratory Fermilab published a new result for the magnetic dipole moment of the muon. The result caused a broad media response because

The FASER detector at CERN, in a tunnel 80 metres below the Earth's surface. The detector is aligned in such a way that it detects those particles that are created in proton-proton collisions in the ATLAS experiment and fly straight on from there without deflection.
FASER - the 'ForwArd Search ExpeRiment' at the CERN particle accelerator

When people talk about CERN, they inevitably think of the large-scale experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). But the European Laboratory for Particle Physics has even more to offer:

Comparison between RK measurements. The measurements by the BaBar and Belle collaborations combine B+→K+ℓ+ℓ− and B0→KS0ℓ+ℓ− decays, where ℓ is a lepton. The previous LHCb measurements and the new result [4], which supersedes them, are also shown.
Exciting news from CERN experiment with Swiss participation

Almost ten years ago, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN) made headlines with the discovery of the Higgs particle. These days, the LHCb experiment at CERN has published results

Martin Pohl: Particles, Fields, Space-Time. From Thomson’s Electron to Higgs’ Boson. CRC Press 2021.
Martin Pohl racchiude un secolo di fisica delle particelle tra le pagine di un libro.

Prima di arrivare alla pensione nel 2017, Martin Pohl è stato professore di fisica all'Università di Ginevra e ha lavorato a progetti di ricerca sulla fisica delle particelle per quasi

This device was used at the Paul Scherrer Institute to produce pionic helium atoms for research purposes
Particle physicists create artificial atoms for research purposes

In the laboratories of modern physics the elementary components of matter are studied. To do this, scientists sometimes build artificial atoms to help them understand the laws of matter. A

Claudia Merlassino, CHIPP Prize 2020
Claudia Merlassino wins the CHIPP Prize 2020

Claudia Merlassino was born in Genoa, studied physics in Milan and completed her doctorate at the University of Bern in October 2019, since then she has been doing research at

Prof. Rainer Wallny (ETHZ)
CHIPP President Prof. Rainer Wallny on the updated "European Strategy for Particle Physics

On June 19th CERN Council adopted the update of the "European Strategy for Particle Physics 2020". This document updates an earlier strategy paper that was adopted by the Council in

Attraper une exoplanète, mode d’emploi
Mode d’emploi pour attraper les étoiles - Prix Média et Prix Média Newcomer 2020

Fabien Goubet et son équipe sont les lauréats du Prix Média 2020 grâce à un reportage explicatif et interactif sur les exoplanètes. Le jury du prix a été impressionné par

Beamline for schools
Geneva school wins “Beamline for Schools” 2020 competition

The delta+ is a type of baryon, the family of sub-atomic particles to which the more well-known proton and neutron belong. A team of physics enthusiasts at the International School

Claudia Merlassino, CHIPP Prize 2020
Claudia Merlassino wins the CHIPP Prize 2020

Claudia Merlassino was born in Genoa, studied physics in Milan and completed her doctorate at the University of Bern in October 2019, since then she has been doing research at

Winners of the Prix Schläfli 2020
Prix Schläfli 2020 for the best four PhDs in science

The orbits of dwarf galaxies, forces in materials such as Teflon, tracing history through pollen, a new protective layer at root tips – these are the topics for which the

Immagine PET di cervelli senza depositi (superiori) e (inferiori) amiloidi. I depositi possono essere riconosciuti dalla colorazione rossa, anche con una risoluzione spaziale ridotta (al centro e a destra).
La start-up Positrigo utilizza i risultati della fisica delle particelle per la diagnosi precoce del morbo di Alzheimer

La tomografia ad emissione di positroni (PET) aiuta i medici a rilevare il cancro e molte altre malattie. Un team di ricercatori guidato dal professor Günther Dissertori sta lavorando a

L'équipe suisse à la European Girls Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO) 2020
Des Suissesses remportent des médailles à l’European Girls Mathematical Olympiad 2020

L’European Girls Mathematical Olympiad a eu lieu du 15 au 21 avril 2020, et pour la première fois, elle s’est déroulée en ligne. Comme les jeunes mathématiciennes ne pouvaient pas

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CHART lavora sugli acceleratori di particelle del futuro

FCC - queste tre lettere rappresentano la visione di un nuovo acceleratore circolare che potrebbe essere costruito presso il laboratorio europeo di fisica delle particelle CERN a Ginevra. Con questo

CHEOPS - CHaracterising ExOPlanet Satellite - is the first mission dedicated to searching for exoplanetary transits by performing ultrahigh precision photometry on bright stars already known to host planets.
CHEOPS space telescope ready for scientific operation

CHEOPS has reached its next milestone: Following extensive tests in Earth's orbit, some of which the mission team was forced to carry out from home due to the coronavirus crisis,

Physicist Dr. Marina Battaglia is a senior researcher at the FHNW Institute for Data Science and works on the STIX project.
University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland researches astroparticles of the Sun

Scientists at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW) have spent around ten years building the Spectrometer / Telescope for Imaging X-rays (STIX). Since 10 February, the

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Une jeune chercheuse et trois jeunes chercheurs ont été sélectionnés pour la 70e rencontre des lauréat·e·s de Prix Nobel à Lindau

Une jeune chercheuse et trois jeunes chercheurs en Suisse, Franck Le Vaillant, Oliver Müller, Robert Pollice et Sabine Studer ont été sélectionnés pour participer à la 70e prestigieuse rencontre internationale

Artistic representation of a proton decay. Illustration: Hyper-Kamiokande Collaboration
Visiting the Japanese Super-Kamiokande detector (part 2)

In deep underground tunnels of former mines near the Japanese Alps, teams of scientists with Swiss participation are researching various types of elementary particles. Over the next few years, powerful

A 1.7 km long tunnel leads to the neutrino detector Super-Kamiokande. Photo: B. Vogel
Visita in Giappone al rivelatore Super-Kamiokande (part 1)

Nessuna particella elementare attraversa più frequentemente l’universo degli schivi neutrini. Le ricerche delle piccolissime particelle quasi senza massa è al centro dell’odierna fisica delle particelle elementari. Probabilmente il contributo più

Nobel Prize in Physics 2018
Tools made of light: Nobel Prize in Physics 2018

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2018 with one half to Arthur Ashkin (USA) and the other half jointly to Gérard Mourou (France)

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