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Research at Jungfraujoch – Vision and Mission Statement 2015-2050
  • 17.06.2015

Research at Jungfraujoch – Vision and Mission Statement 2015-2050

Strategy for further developing the capabilities and infrastructure of the unique, internationally
renowned High Altitude Research Station Jungfraujoch and for maintaining its clean environment.
Update Roadmap Astronomy 2015
  • 17.08.2015

Update to the Roadmap for Astronomy in Switzerland 2007 - 2016

Das Collegium der Schweizer Astronomie-Professoren (CHAPS) hat im Frühjahr 2015, auf Initiative der Kommission für Astronomie der Platform MAP, einen Update der vor acht Jahren publizierten "Roadmap for Astronomy in Switzerland 2007-2016" publiziert.
Superkamiokande, Kamioka, Japan
  • 06.10.2015

Nobel Prize in Physics 2015 for the discovery of neutrino oscillations

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2015 recognises Takaaki Kajita in Japan and Arthur B. McDonald in Canada, for their key contributions to the experiments which demonstrated that neutrinos change identities. This metamorphosis requires that neutrinos have mass. The discovery has changed our understanding of the innermost workings of matter and can prove crucial to our view of the universe.

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The meteorite is 8 × 6.5 × 2 cm large. It is surrounded by a grey reduction halo, in the otherwise red limestone. Oxygen was consumed when the meteorite weathered on the sea floor. The coin in the image has a diameter of 2.5 cm (B. Schmitz et al.).
  • 15.06.2016
  • Notizie

Scientists have identified a completely new type of meteorite

Dr Schmitz' team has recovered more than a hundred of these "fossil" objects in the quarry. But the new meteorite stands out because geochemically its oxygen and chromium signatures are distinct.
Prof. André Rubbia, ETH Zurich
  • 10.06.2016
  • CHIPP
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In the front row of neutrino research

Over 30 Nobel Laureates will debate this year in Lindau, Germany with about 400 young scientists from nearly 80 countries. The 66th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting from June 26th to July 1st is dedicated to the field of physics with a special focus on particle physics including neutrino physics. Prof. André Rubbia (ETH Zurich) is one of the leading neutrino experts in Switzerland. In the interview the 50-year-old researcher gives a glance at the hot topics of current research in worldwide neutrino physics and highlights the contribution of Swiss particle physicists.
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  • 09.06.2016
  • IUPAC
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Public review of new element names

IUPAC recently confirmed the discovery of the elements 113, 115, 117, and 118. Now the proposed new names are up for public review: Nihonium, Moscovium, Tennessine, and Oganesson.
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  • Beyoğlu/İstanbul

46th IUPAC World Polymer Congress (MACRO 2016)

The largest international multi-symposium conference dedicated to all aspects of polymer science and engineering and formed the latest of the biennial IUPAC Polymer Division meetings.
This illustration shows a proton-proton collision recorded by the CMS detector of the LHC at CERN in September, 2015. Among the collision events, two photons with an energy of a total of 700 to 800 GeV (illustrated by the two green lines) emerged. Photo: Thomas Mc Cauley / CERN
  • 01.06.2016
  • CHIPP
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Is a window to New Physics about to open?

The Higgs particle was detected by the CERN large particle accelerator in 2012. Now there are hints that CERN’s worldwide unique particle accelerator will help physicists discover a new elementary particle. Excitement is rising.