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There’s plastic in your beer: here’s why
Plastic is all around us: it's so present in our everyday lives we don't just find it in our cupboards and on our desks, we even find it inside human bodies. A study ...
Parties' position on gender equality
On October 20, a new parliament was elected and never before have so many women been chosen as parliamentarians. While their election can be viewed as a ...
Three surprises and one piece of sad news
Last Sunday's federal election was historic for many reasons, but also disappointing for some voters, as for the first time it wasn't possible to vote electronically.
How to choose your candidatesplatforms
The federal elections are coming up this Sunday and there are 3 websites where you can take a quiz to find out which candidate suits you the best. The number ...
Where do Swiss parties stand on environmental policies?
On October 20 the Swiss will elect their new parliament and all eyes are on the Greens and Liberal Greens, who could profit from the environmentalist hype ...
How a father-son duo is helping save bees
Pascal Brunner is a young Swiss who grew up in a beekeeping family. He and his father have launched a start-up that combats one of today's biggest threats to ...
What Swiss living abroad want from politicians at home
What do Swiss citizens abroad expect from a new parliament? From the politics of their homeland? We asked them. --- swissinfo.ch is the international branch of ...
What Swiss living abroad want from politicians at home
What do Swiss citizens abroad expect from a new parliament? From the politics of their homeland? We asked them. --- swissinfo.ch is the international branch of ...
This Swiss start-up wants to help us empathise190924 HoloMe EN HSUB
What if you could beam people into your world, not using futuristic equipment, but a smartphone? This is what HoloMe, a Swiss start-up in London, sees as the ...
A sex change in the army
Lieutenant colonel Christian Hug told his bosses that he was going to become a woman. The army supported his decision and now Christine is the first ...

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