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SWI Highlights 2017

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2017:
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Palm oil cultivation is booming in Peru, boosting the income of small farmers who supply Swiss food giant Nestlé with the product. But the crop is one of the main ...
What foreign reporters think of Swiss science
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Should we draw lots for fairer elections?
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Turning sunrays into fuel
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David's little piece of Switzerland
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Starmus, the festival where stars and music align
Garik Israelian is an astrophysicist and a musician. Brian May is a musician and an astrophysicist. Together, the two friends created the Starmusexternal link ...
Ice cream by boat on a picturesque Swiss lake
André van Sprundel is a successful businessman with an unusual hobby. He is the only person in the country who sells ice cream to bathers by boat.
My little piece of Switzerland
Cheese, pocket knives and trains: these might be the first images that come to mind when thinking of Switzerland. But the country's a lot more than that, and ...
First in line for chores
In Switzerland, 70% of work at home is still done by women. If they were to be paid, it would cost up to CHF 293 billion ($ 293.6 billion) a year. While families ...
What it’s like to work as a female artist in Switzerland
Exclusive research by SWI swissinfo.ch and Swiss Public Television, RTS, found that art by women isn't shown as often in Swiss art museums as art made by ...