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Le magazine suisse de la recherche Horizons vous propose un aperçu de la place scientifique suisse. Horizons est publié par le FNS et les Académies suisses des sciences et informe quatre fois par an des derniers résultats et des nouvelles connaissances acquises dans toutes les disciplines scientifiques: de la biologie et de la médecine aux sciences naturelles et aux mathématiques, en passant par les sciences humaines et sociales.

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  • Serie di pubblicazioni

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  • 2016

Open up, science!

Horizons highlights how the open science movement aims to make research more efficient, useful and reliable.
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  • 2016

Weapons: making, selling and using them

Swiss legislators are currently debating dual-use goods, such as the kitchen knife, the perfect example of a product that is both utensil and weapon. They’re trying to find a solution to the inevitable moral issues that arise out of legislating the arms trade, in particular defining categories of military goods and of authorised export-destination countries.
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  • 2016

Research rises in the East

These days, one scientific study out of twelve comes from China. The growth of scientific production in Asia is unprecedented, and it has already upset the world’s research scene.
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  • 2015

Horizons: Men, women and all the others

Some people are neither male nor female.The medical sciences and society are still seeking for a way to deal with this indeterminacy.
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  • 2015

Horizons: New paths for science

Science is taking a hard look in the mirror, and it’s for the best. The problems it faces are increasingly clear: reproducibility, fraud and statistical bias, to name but a few. Back in 2013 the news magazine The Economist featured the front-page headline “How Science Goes Wrong”. For sure, it may be somewhat alarmist to talk about ‘a crisis of science’, but it does embody the idea behind the critical, unwavering view of the scientific community on the state of affairs in its own house.
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  • 2015

Horizons: Humanities 2.0: a digital odyssey

The latest issue of Horizons explores how computer-assisted methods are radically changing the humanities.
Editore

Swiss National Science Foundation

Editore

Accademie svizzere delle scienze

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