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KU Leuven -- the Dutch-speaking school found in Flanders -- takes Reuters top spot for Europe's most innovative universities for the third year in a row. Rounding out the top 10 are some of the most prestigious schools throughout Europe. The UK's Imperial College London came in at number 2, and the ...

Those studying for a matura – the university entrance diploma – at a Swiss high school had the highest completion rate, with 94% gaining the diploma after five years. Among the apprentices, 89% had aFederal Diploma of Vocational Education and Training, the certificate that comes after four years' training ...
The amount in metric tons of the chemical isopropanol that Switzerland exported to Syria in 2014. The export was uncovered by a journalist ... Researchers at the University of Bern found that 90% of the soils in Swiss nature reserves are contaminated with microplastics. There is concern the pollution can ...
Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-expressing T cells represent a promising approach to cancer therapy, but safety and efficacy are still major hurdles. Scientists at Boston University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have now developed a new CAR technology, called split, universal, and ...
In one of the first studies of its kind, University of Bern researchers have discovered an estimated 53 tonnes of microplastics in the floodplain soils of Swiss nature ... had to develop a novel method using microscopy for identifying and measuring the tiny particles in 29 floodplain soils from across Switzerland.
For its part, the EPFL commented: "We are happy to see that our efforts towards innovation – one of the three missions of the School, with education and research – are recognised on international standards," said its president Martin Vetterli. "The overall performance of Swiss universities in that ranking is ...
What's in a name? Does it really matter whether your child goes to Harvard, stays in Switzerland, or takes an online course at an unheard-of university? You can probably guess the answer. SPONSORED. Latest headlines. Switzerland sees 'alarming' rise in stress-related time off work · Speeding duck clocked smashing ...
Indeed, the “Swiss paradox” of riches despite its relative paucity of graduates is so striking that it has been used by the University of Cambridge economist Ha-Joon Chang to challenge the very idea of the “knowledge economy”. The country helps to demonstrate that higher education functions largely as a ...


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