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New research shows that “work from anywhere” is, indeed, the future of work—with all the challenges that entails
On November 28, the Swiss will decide in a referendum whether to keep or scrap the COVID certificate, which has been compulsory since September 13 for admission to restaurants, gyms, movie theaters, and large cultural and sporting events
A new 30-minute documentary In Her Element, from U.S. actress Reese Witherspoon’s media company and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, features three female technology pioneers—one of whom is rocket scientist Aisha Bowe (YL 2017)—who are “inspiring the next generation of women to join them in breaking through barriers”
Swiss Nobel laureate Didier Queloz and Swiss-German astrophysicist Sascha Quanz plan to study the origins of life at the new Centre for the Origin and Prevalence of Life at ETH Zurich, set to open next year
Switzerland takes title of world’s strongest nation brand from Germany, as world’s largest economies suffer due to poorly perceived COVID-19 responses
Designing the office of the future—and getting workers back to their desks
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai reaffirmed the Biden Administration’s commitment to the World Trade Organization (WTO) during her first visit to Geneva, the WTO’s host city
Moderna, VIA, and Benchling have won the 2021 Tell Awards—sponsored by Switzerland Global Enterprise, the awards are presented annually by Swiss authorities to American companies that have expanded to Switzerland. Ambassador Markus Börlin, Swiss consul general in New York, presented the first two awards; Nicolas Descoeudres, Swiss consul general in San Francisco, will present the third award on November 10
Switzerland ranks in sixth place in the World Digital Competitiveness Ranking for 2021
FINMA has approved the Crypto Market Index Fund as Switzerland’s first cryptocurrency fund.