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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.
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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.
Join us in discovering takeaways from Swiss-US Energy Innovation Days 2022
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.
The appointment of the Boston-based innovation leader marks a first step towards the creation of a new advisory board for Swissnex in Boston and New York.
Are you a startup with an innovative solution in the field of network discovery or the security of IoT devices? Apply by August 31, 2022.
The Venture Leaders Medtech 2022 – part of the “Swiss National Startup Team” – will conduct an innovation roadshow in Greater Boston from June 20-24, 2022.
Since the beginning of 2022, seven new companies have been accepted into Innosuisse’s internationalization camps run by Swissnex in Boston and New York. From fintech and composite materials to biotech and SaaS, discover what they’re all about.
The School of Management Fribourg (HEG-FR) and Suffolk University’s Sawyer Business School (SBS) have signed a new five-year agreement that deepens collaborations between the Swiss and Boston-area business education ecosystems.
The 9th edition of the Swiss-US Energy Innovation Days 2022 will return to an in-person format in Bern, Switzerland, this August. Apply below to participate!
After a pandemic hiatus of in-person study tours, Swissnex is pleased to host two study tours from the Fribourg School of Management this April, including 20 master's students in entrepreneurship and 10 Executive MBA students.
Built on the same technology as Bitcoin, NFTs have been the hottest topic of 2021. They enable a real market for digital works of art while fueling unprecedented speculation. Swiss and US specialists take you on a wild tour of superlatives.
The Venture Leaders program connects the top ten Swiss startups in Biotech to Boston’s world class life sciences ecosystem. Meeting with local experts and investors, the Swiss entrepreneurs immerse themselves in the US market to accelerate their business growth.
Swissnex hosted the latest cohort of Venture Leaders in Life Sciences. These inspiring Swiss startups had the opportunity to hone their pitches, get valuable insights and feedback, and meet with investors and experts.
A cohort of professionals from 13 countries convened virtually in 2021 for an intensive two-week course to fast-track their way to becoming seasoned in science diplomacy.
Live from September 20 - October 30, 2021
Home to one of the first approved COVID-19 vaccines, Boston and Cambridge comprise one of the largest biotech superclusters in the world. How did it happen, and what can Lausanne learn from it?
Experts from around the world give us their take on the challenges and opportunities for smart cities and digital urbanism.
How two Swiss artists used robotics to make a physical handshake possible at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
How advances in robotics and design are fundamentally changing the human experience.
The world is in the midst of a great experiment in human nature, as we increase digital connectivity and social media exposure while simultaneously experiencing one of the largest episodes of physical isolation in recent history due to the current pandemic. Is this an inflection point for the human psyche or merely another anecdote in the annals of our development?
Key takeaways from a conversation with some of Boston’s leading experts in patient advocacy.
At the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, four New Yorkers tell us their stories of reinvention.
The space telescope CHEOPS is about to be put into orbit. We met its Principal Investigator Willy Benz and George Ricker, who also leads a satellite mission aiming at studying exoplanets.
September 13 - 15, 2021
The Cyber-Defence (CYD) Campus, armasisse Science, and Technology is looking for innovative technologies and explores the startup market by organizing a new Cyber Startup Challenge 2021, after the successful 2020 edition. Registrations are now open until August 25, 2021.
Switzerland’s global education, research, and innovation network rebrands and launches a global website in collaboration with long-standing partner Yves Béhar, Founder and Principal Designer, and his team at Fuseproject to reflect the future of international collaboration in an age of digital acceleration.