What did the Swiss Abroad meeting in Montreux discuss at their annual congress?
Swiss scientists have tweaked the widely-used CRISPR-Cas gene editing method, making it possible to modify multiple genes in a cell simultaneously.
In February the cost of a visa for the Schengen zone to visit Switzerland will rise to how much?
Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites) to discuss elephant ivory trading in Geneva.
Wildlife trafficking is the fourth-most lucrative illicit trade in the world behind arms, people and drugs. There is a big illegal trade around pangolins, ivory, rhino horn, pets and caviar, says Swiss expert Mathias Lörtscher.
The expatriate Swiss community turns the heat on the government to introduce e-voting and to secure bilateral ties with the EU.
Our author writes how one resort in the Swiss Alps is coming to terms with mass tourism. Read about their approach. https://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/letter-from-the-alps_mass-tourism--how-we-can-live-with-it/45165808
Read our exclusive swissinfo.ch survey: Which political party has best represented the interests of the expat Swiss community in parliament?
Read about the future of e-voting for the expatriate Swiss community in an interview with OSA President Remo Gysin.
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Why are some films tough to make in Switzerland?
Filmmakers David Vogel and Samir discuss why some topics are received more critically by audiences in Switzerland, and how their childhoods have .
The three Rs of the good environmentalist
Recyle - Reduce - Reuse: but be careful how you do it! Green gestures and a sustainable lifestyle can be good for the planet but there are some things to keep in ...
Does your country do enough to promote cycling?
Going to work on your bike is a great workout, plus it's good for the environment! Many people think of Switzerland as a country that's bike-friendly, but when it's ...
Swiss and homeless
A study by the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Northwest Switzerland shines a light on homelessness in Switzerland. Despite a social welfare net, ...
Politics, j'adore! - episode 5
The relationship between young people and politics? It's complicated. But for some the passion still burns. In our new series 'Politics, j'adore!' we'll introduce you ...
Swiss in Minnesota call for compromise and e-voting
Finding middle ground in an increasingly polarized political landscape is key, say Swiss voters living in the American Midwest. --- swissinfo.ch is the ...
New from old
What happens to old boats and small lamps that nobody wants anymore? People can bring these used items to recycling centres to give them a new home.
Smile for future
Since Greta Thunberg started striking for climate last August, thousands of teenagers have followed her example cutting classes on Fridays to call for system ...
Swiss in Boston discuss value of being heard in Bern
For the mobile Swiss community, should official voting materials be issued in English, too? --- swissinfo.ch is the international branch of the Swiss Broadcasting ...
The luxury of healthcare
The cost of health insurance is expected to rise again in the next two years in Switzerland. The umbrella group for health insurers says this is a countermeasure ...