Meet ALLEA's 2021 Madame de Staël Prize laureate
Helen Keller is Chair for Public Law (
@UZH_en). In this interview for the ALLEA Digital Salon, she shares her views and experience working at the intersection of law, #HumanRights & #ClimateChange.
The Corona vaccination bus is on tour. Next dates: Fri 24.9., Oerlikon Campus, Andreasstrasse 15 Mon 27.9., Irchel Campus, in front of Irchelbar Tue 28.9., City Campus, in front of main building From 11.30am to 6.30pm, with or without prior registration: https://www.uzh.ch/cmsssl/en/about/coronavirus/vaccinate.html …pic.twitter.com/LsEoVv2C28
Join this semester's public lecture series «Ireland in the world»: It will re-examine Ireland’s long and fascinating history from a range of disciplinary perspectives. Wednesdays 18.15-19.45, online (Zoom). Entry is free: https://www.uzh.ch/cmsssl/en/outreach/events/rv/2021hs/ireland.html …pic.twitter.com/dI1RQa3Ajr
"Human Reproduction Reloaded I H2R" is one of UZH's university research priority programs. It explores the legal, medical and social preconditions to become a parent, as well as its consequences. You are invited to join the public kick-off event https://twitter.com/UZH_H2R/status/1438419088418684930 …
Today, Monday, 20.9., the vaccination bus will be at Irchel Campus: From 11.30 am to 6.30 pm in front of the Irchelbar. New: We are adding testing facilities in the center (KOL, Foyer West) and in Oerlikon (Andreasstrasse 15), in addition to the one at Irchel Campus.https://twitter.com/UZH_en/status/1438157665788743680 …
#ArcticCentury Expedition is back!
Congratulations to all the scientists for 4 intensive weeks of unique measurements.
Read the press release: https://swisspolar.ch/2021/09/return-of-the-arctic-century-expedition-press-release/ …
#AARI @GEOMAR_en @EPFL_en @unil @ETH_en @UZH_en @WSL_researchpic.twitter.com/4Rzyc28Gjo
By analyzing DNA, proteins and other molecules in tumours using machine learning a multidisciplinary research team identified a new biomarker to predict treatment outcome for patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia. https://www.embl.org/news/science/charting-a-multi-omic-universe/ …
@ThorstenZenz @CCCZ_USZ @UZH_Science
As of the Fall Semester, students at UZH are required to have a Covid certificate if they want to attend classes on site. Felix Uhlmann, professor of constitutional and administrative law, discusses the legal aspects surrounding this measure:https://www.news.uzh.ch/en/articles/2021/interview-uhlmann.html …
"I'm young and healthy, my parents are vaccinated - that'll do."
UZH virologist Alexandra Trkola looks at the arguments for and against a Covid-19 vaccination for young people. Watch the video:
The vaccination bus is on tour again: From 20 September to 29 August 2021, it will visit various UZH and
@ETH_en sites for easy walk-in vaccinations.
Schedule, locations and what to bring:
Reading is more difficult for some than for others. But advances in neuroscience are opening up new perspectives for the treatment of
#dyslexia: https://www.news.uzh.ch/en/articles/2021/learn_to_read.html …
Event for junior researchers in life sciences: this is your opportunity to network, exchange ideas, and forge new collaborations on 23 and 24 September 2021 https://twitter.com/OpenLifeScience/status/1382248446665560064 …
Surprising function of natural killer cells discovered: the immune cells control wound healing. If the healing process is accelerated, the immune defense against bacteria is weakened. https://www.media.uzh.ch/en/Press-Releases/2021/Wound-Healing.html …pic.twitter.com/onakpRbydv
Human communication is much more complex than all other forms of animal communication. Yet, research into animal languages can help us understand how human language evolved: https://www.news.uzh.ch/en/articles/2021/language-evolution.html …
The 7th edition of Scientifica, the science festival held by UZH and
@ETH_en, took place at three locations in Zurich for the first time. It offered visitors the chance to experience up close recent scientific developments.