Swissnex in Boston and New York
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Swissnex connects Switzerland and the world in education, research, innovation, and the arts. We work on some of the defining issues and most exciting developments of our time.
As part of the startup exchange program powered by Swissnex and Innosuisse, five Swiss energy startups are embarking on a journey to connect with climatetech innovators across the US.
This February, an event at Johns Hopkins University’s brand new Bloomberg Center in Washington brings together perspectives from the US, Switzerland, and Finland on the human capital behind quantum.
Fourteen faculty and staff members from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences are traveling to Boston and New York in 2024 to conduct research and build connections with their peers in the US.
Harvard, Tufts, and WPI will be represented in the “Lake Week” festival at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences in Wädenswil this month.
A group of Swiss startups is traveling to New York this January for NRF 2024, the world’s leading retail conference. From AI-based inventories to automated web design, discover how their creative technologies will shape tomorrow's commerce.
A survey of 17 design leaders carried out by Swissnex and design studio Other Tomorrows examines critical shifts in the design landscape, from the rise of generative AI to pervasive environmental and climate concerns.
The startup exchange program brought together 10 Swiss and US startups this fall for peer-to-peer learning and collaboration in the fight against climate change.
Discover an overview of the major players and highlights of the Swiss quantum ecosystem, developed in the framework of Swissnex’s global initiative on quantum technology.
A decade after opening its first Manhattan office, Swissnex is moving to NeueHouse Madison Square, a creative hub in the Flatiron district, with a renewed focus on promoting Swiss innovation, arts, and creative industries.
From the role of governments to the dangers of excessive hype, Swissnex’s flagship conference on quantum technology tackled a wide range of issues in this emerging industry.
At an international forum, Swissnex joined a Swiss delegation to discuss how to best advance global strategic partnerships in quantum science and technology.
Swissnex kicks off the new startup program Climate Collider and explores the future of green energy at the world’s largest climate event in New York City.
The Innosuisse Internationalization Camps run by Swissnex in Boston and New York will give them the tools and connections they need to explore and enter the US market.
From solar energy and sustainable materials to building analytics and green mobility, the participants in our new Swiss-US startup exchange program are advancing solutions to climate change in every aspect of our lives.
Based in New York, the founder of the “zürich moves!” festival will draw on his extensive experience as a cultural entrepreneur to lead Swissnex’s initiatives at the interface of art, science, and technology across the American Northeast.
The Venture Leaders Medtech 2023 – members of the "Swiss National Startup Team” – will visit Boston on an innovation roadshow this September.
Through a new partnership with QuantumBasel, the prominent quantum computer manufacturer will open an innovation center and deploy next-generation systems at uptownBasel in Switzerland.
The Swiss Pavilion at the BIO International Convention, which is taking place in Boston from June 5 to 8, hosts a record number of 49 exhibitors, including more than 25 startups, showcasing the best of Swiss biotech.
Project Quantum connects Switzerland and the world in quantum science and technology through activities across the Swissnex network, including a flagship summit in Lausanne this October.
The Venture Leaders Biotech 2023 – part of the “Swiss National Startup Team” – will visit Boston on an innovation roadshow this June.
An agreement between the Zurich University of Applied Sciences and the Worcester Polytechnic Institute creates opportunities for international study and accreditation from both institutions.
As part of the Quantum.Tech 2023 conference in Boston, Swissnex hosted a reception to connect Swiss quantum innovators with their colleagues from across the world.
A Swiss-Canadian discussion at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy explored the economic promise of quantum science and innovation and potential for bilateral cooperation.
The business schools are collaborating on two one-week leadership programs in the Boston area this month. Thematic focus: impact and sustainability.
Launched in partnership with Innosuisse, the four-week program will bring together 10 Swiss and US startups across Boston and New York this fall to accelerate global solutions to climate change.
Brendan Karch will discuss models for international collaboration in quantum research at the conference in Washington, DC.
Taking place this March at uptownBasel, the conference will feature leading researchers from Switzerland and the US for a two-day deep dive into quantum technology.
The Innosuisse Internationalization Camps run by Swissnex in Boston and New York will give them the tools and connections they need to explore the US market.
Twelve experts from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) will travel to Boston, New York, and Washington, DC, in 2023 to exchange knowledge and forge connections with American peers.
An experienced Swiss entrepreneur and an advocate for female founders, Nathalie is the latest addition to Swissnex’s innovation team in the US Northeast.
Are you a Swiss startup ready to make the jump across the Atlantic? Applications are now open for Innosuisse’s internationalization camps run by Swissnex in Boston and New York. Apply by February 20, 2023.
This October, Swissnex’s Sustainable Cities Lab program brought together seven Swiss and American startups in New York City to learn from each other and explore what’s next in urban tech.
Brendan Karch, Head of Academic Engagement at Swissnex in Boston and New York, will represent Switzerland at the session on National Quantum Programs on November 30.
Launched by Swissnex, the Swiss-US Quantum Days conference is part of a broader bilateral effort to deepen the entanglement of the two leading ecosystems in quantum information science and technology.
By joining Swissnex’s startup camps in Boston and New York, the companies are taking the first step toward US market entry. From medtech to edtech, and from property management to premium audio, read more about them below
The Sustainable Cities Lab will bring together startups from Switzerland and New York City in fall 2022 with the goal of making our cities more sustainable, resilient, and livable.
The Venture Leaders Biotech 2022 – part of the “Swiss National Startup Team” – will conduct an innovation roadshow in Greater Boston from September 12-16, 2022.
Part of the US-based National Science Policy Network’s “SciDEAL” Program, the four early-career scientists will work with Swissnex in fields such as quantum information science and technology.
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