Numero di resultati: 337
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From left to right: Marco Picucci, Laura Armengot, Johanna Rüegg, Gurbir Bhullar, Beate Huber, Monika Schneider
  • 09.12.2019
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Research award for the comparison of cultivation systems in Bolivia, India and Kenya

A long-term experiment run by the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) in Bolivia, India and Kenya shows that organic farming provides several benefits for small farmers in the tropics. At the beginning of December, the Swiss Forum for International Agricultural Research (SFIAR) awarded the research prize to this experiment at ETH Zurich.
  • 05.12.2019
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London South Bank University - PhD: biomechanics of the fabella

The fabella, a sesamoid bone located in the lateral head of the gastrocnemius, behind the lateral femoral condyle. Interestingly, it is the only bone in the human body that is more common today than 100 years ago (~3.5 times more common) Recent analyses on global prevalence rates have shown fabella are more common in older individuals than younger, men than women, and people from Asia/Oceania compared to those from Europe/Africa.
  • 05.12.2019
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Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam - Research position in archaeological and forensic isotope biogeochemistry

The Geology & Geochemistry (G&G) research group of the Department of Earth Sciences has a vacancy for a junior or senior (postdoctoral) researcher to strengthen the team responsible for carrying out forensic and archaeological isotope research in the Netherlands. The G&G group consists of ~ 30 research and technical staff. Research addresses a diverse set of questions that range from the formation and differentiation of the terrestrial planets to the environmental impact of human activity. This vibrant and internationally renowned group has consistently obtained major EU and national funding, including infrastructure investment and runs state-of-the-art geochemical facilities.
  • 05.12.2019
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University of York - Postdoctoral Research Associate (Osteoarchaeology)

The Department of Archaeology is seeking a postdoctoral research associate to work for 53 months on the ERC funded project “COMMIOS: Communities and Connectivities: Iron Age Britons and their Continental Neighbours”. The project is led by Professor Ian Armit.
Africa should set its own health-research agenda
  • 28.11.2019
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Local experts — not rich donors — must design and control studies

For more than 20 years, Francisca Mutapi led a programme in Zimbabwe on human schistosomiasis. The experience gave her first-hand knowledge of how inequitable partnerships that task African scientists as data gatherers for Western research agendas are unlikely to make a difference to the African health problems that really matter.
From Nature: Disaster zone research needs a code of conduct
  • 22.11.2019
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Disaster-zone research needs a code of conduct

Researchers working in the aftermath of earthquakes, floods and other disasters need to appreciate how to interact with survivors, local officials and scholars without adding to those people’s problems, argue social scientists JC Gaillard and Lori Peek.
KFPE-Newsletter Nov. 2019
  • 20.11.2019
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KFPE's newsletter published

Have a look at the November newsletter
  • 15.11.2019
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Colloque Recherche sur les parcs suisses 2019 - présentations en ligne!

140 participants ont suivi les différentes présentations des domaines de l'acceptation, de la dimension sociale, de la biodiversité, de la valorisation et de la gouvernance et ont contribué par leurs discussions à un échange vivant entre chercheurs et praticiens dans le domaine de la recherche sur les parcs suisses.
Sudac - KFPE conference 2019: Opening statements by Laurent Goetschel
  • 14.11.2019
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Research networks as a pathway to achieving sustainability

International Conference of SUDAC – swissuniversities Development and Cooperation Network and KFPE. The focus was placed on research partnerships in and with the Global South. With its programmes Consortia for Education and Research (COFERs) and Clusters of Cooperation in the Global South (CLOC), swissuniversities provides important instruments to foster these research partnerships.
  • 12.11.2019
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Call for Bridging Grants with South Asia and Iran 2019

The State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) has commissioned ZHAW as Leading House for the bilateral research collaboration with partner institutions in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Thomas Breu, KFPE Präsident (SRF, Einstein 7.11. 2019)
  • 11.11.2019
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Wissenschaftsdichte 50 Mal tiefer im Globalen Süden - SRF zur Entwicklungszusammenarbeit

Thomas Breu plädiert für mehr Forschende in den Entwicklungsländern um nachhaltige Lösungen zu finden.
The rooibos agreement is the first industry-wide 'benefit-sharing' agreement following the 2010 Nagoya Protocol
  • 05.11.2019
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Rooibos tea profits will be shared with indigenous communities in landmark agreement

The South African government’s decision is the first industry-wide agreement under the Nagoya Protocol of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, an international law that sets the rules for compensating communities if their knowledge of biodiversity is used by businesses or scientists.
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