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The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) is participating in the 8th European Interest Group (EIG) CONCERT-Japan call on Sustainable Hydrogen Technology as Affordable and…
The Call for Opportunity Grant 2021 for research projects between Switzerland and Japan is currently open. The opportunity grants support bottom-up initiatives of researchers from…
Switzerland and Japan are currently accepting applications for the Call for Young Researchers' Exchange Programme between the two countries. The instrument funds 3 to 6-month…

Hitachi Zosen has developed a solid-state battery boasting one of the industry's highest capacities and tolerance for a wide range of temperatures, making it a candidate…

New research from Japan shows that people may one day be able to vaccinate themselves against maladies — from the coronavirus to the flu — simply by applying a patch to their skin…
Inspired by an Osamu Tezuka-created anime TV series from his childhood, Noriyuki Miura is developing a “powder” computer so tiny that people can swallow it to check on their…

Japanese general contractor Taisei has developed a technology to lock up carbon dioxide from the air in the process of making concrete, significantly reducing emissions of the…

More and more start-ups are using digital technologies to develop "digital medicines" to help treat diseases.
The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) launched the second call for EPFLglobaLeaders, a new international doctoral fellowship programme funding early stage…