Bitcoin Suisse has become the third Swiss institution to throw its hat into the ring to become a future crypto bank, applying for banking and securities dealer licenses from the financial supervisor.
Italian police searched properties across northern Italy following an investigation into Italians who had fought alongside Russian-backed separatist forces in eastern Ukraine.
Asian tiger mosquitoes can transmit diseases like the Zika virus
The Swiss branch of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) warns that Switzerland's strategy to reduce its dependency on fossil fuels is “way off track”.
Federal statistics show that 17% of female workers in Switzerland had a low paid job in 2016, compared to 7.6% of men.
As lots of people fret about populism in Europe, we ask what's going on in peaceful, prosperous, and populist Switzerland?
Facebook believes Switzerland to be the appropriate authority to regulate its Geneva-based cryptocurrency payments system Libra, project head David Marcus told a United States Congress hearing.
Scientists will be better able to see how living cells function thanks to a new automated 3D microscope that allows observation without the use of stains or markers, says a Swiss company that has produced the device.
One of Switzerland’s top universities, Zurich’s Federal Institute of Technology, has followed through on its threat to sack a professor following allegations of bullying.
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