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The Scientist
Breast Milk Primes Gut for Microbesthrough the milk compared with mice,” said gastroenterologist and immunologist
Breast Milk Primes Gut for Microbes
The Scientist / Posted 22 hours ago
through the milk compared with mice,” said gastroenterologist and immunologist Andrew Macpherson of the University Hospital of Bern in Switzerland who was not involved in the study. Instead, human IgG mainly crosses the placenta, he explained. “So... Read more
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The Scientist
Mechanism Behind Extreme Longevity in Some Plantslong time, even millennia. In a study published in Current Biology today (May 5
Mechanism Behind Extreme Longevity in Some Plants
The Scientist / Posted 22 hours ago
long time, even millennia. In a study published in Current Biology today (May 5), scientists from the University of Bern in Switzerland present evidence for a potential mechanism that could help explain some plants’ everlasting longevity:... Read more
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The Anfield Wrap
Well Watched: Generationsfun. Everything from Pele to Shep Messing’s lad gets a run out in this one. Se
Well Watched: Generations
The Anfield Wrap / Posted 2 days ago
fun. Everything from Pele to Shep Messing’s lad gets a run out in this one. Secondly there is the German film The Miracle Of Bern, released in 2003 but about West Germany’s 1954 World Cup win and what it meant for the newly constructed nation in... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool hotels buck trend of falling prices as weak pound hits ratespreserve their travel budgets in both cities, due to the ailing pound. On an i
Liverpool hotels buck trend of falling prices as weak pound hits rates
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 days ago
preserve their travel budgets in both cities, due to the ailing pound. On an international comparison, the tranquil city of Bern has become the most expensive capital in Europe. With an increase in hotel costs to £116.62, the Swiss city claimed... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Tourists benefit from reduced hotel room rates and the weak poundcities, due to the ailing pound. Bern most expensive capital in EuropeOn an in
Tourists benefit from reduced hotel room rates and the weak pound
Hospitality Net / Posted 4 days ago
cities, due to the ailing pound. Bern most expensive capital in EuropeOn an international comparison, the tranquil city of Bern has become the most expensive capital in Europe. With an increase in hotel costs to £116.62, the Swiss city claimed... Read more
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Daily Mail
Are you REALLY compatible with your partner?T-shirts worn by men for three days and then rated them for attractiveness. Th
Are you REALLY compatible with your partner?
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
T-shirts worn by men for three days and then rated them for attractiveness. The researchers behind it at the University of Bern in Switzerland analysed the particular part of DNA that codes for HLA (human leukocyte antigen) molecules. From this... Read more
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Tax-News.com
EFTA Signs FTA With The Philippines- Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland - and the Philippines signed
EFTA Signs FTA With The Philippines
Tax-News.com / Posted 7 days ago
- Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland - and the Philippines signed a free trade agreement in the Swiss capital of Bern on April 28. The FTA builds on a joint declaration of cooperation signed between EFTA and the Philippines in Iceland... Read more
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Swissinfo
SNB's Mr Seven-Percent Stays Shy as Shareholders Meet in Bernabout 7 million francs ($7.2 million) at the end of December -- making him the
SNB's Mr Seven-Percent Stays Shy as Shareholders Meet in Bern
Swissinfo / Posted 8 days ago
about 7 million francs ($7.2 million) at the end of December -- making him the second-largest shareholder after the Canton of Bern. Dusseldorf-based Siegert, who serves on the boards of German blue-chips Merck KGaA and Henkel AG, is one of about... Read more
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Swissinfo
Radioactivity still shows up in Switzerlandunquestionably due to Chernobyl”, Murith pointed out. The Institute of Social a
Radioactivity still shows up in Switzerland
Swissinfo / Posted 11 days ago
unquestionably due to Chernobyl”, Murith pointed out. The Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine at the University of Bern told swissinfo.ch there have been no apparent effects of Chernobyl on tumours in children either. Ben Spycher, a... Read more
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Swissinfo
Scenarios: The Swiss landscape in 100 yearsin other variables such as precipitation, snow cover, and run-off", says a 2014
Scenarios: The Swiss landscape in 100 years
Swissinfo / Posted 14 days ago
in other variables such as precipitation, snow cover, and run-off", says a 2014 study led by scientists at the University of Bern. Swiss measures The Swiss cabinet approved the Paris agreement on climate at its March 23 meeting, formally... Read more
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TribLIVE
Homework: Phipps celebrates butterflies, Earth Dayhome and garden editor Doug Oster will blog from Switzerland starting this week
Homework: Phipps celebrates butterflies, Earth Day
TribLIVE / Posted 14 days ago
home and garden editor Doug Oster will blog from Switzerland starting this weekend. Oster is traveling to the cities of Bern, Zermett and Lucerne. He'll be exploring and photographing the gardens of each city. Send Homework items to Features... Read more
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iol.co.za
Get a taste of SwitzerlandJaberg. Stefanie, with her husband Matthias, runs the family cattle farm Schwei
Get a taste of Switzerland
iol.co.za / Posted 15 days ago
Jaberg. Stefanie, with her husband Matthias, runs the family cattle farm Schweikhof, in the Aare river valley south of Bern. Most of their revenue comes from their beef herd, and I got to meet Monty the bull before settling down for a glass... Read more
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Swissinfo
Pharma funnels millions into university sponsorship– and several leading universities. Pharma funding paid for professorial seats
Pharma funnels millions into university sponsorship
Swissinfo / Posted 15 days ago
– and several leading universities. Pharma funding paid for professorial seats and/or research at the universities of Bern, Basel, Lausanne’s Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL). The grants ranged from CHF450,000 ($467,000) annually to a... Read more
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Swissinfo
New Swiss Polar Institute to explore AntarcticArctic, and somewhat less so in Antarctica,” said Stocker, professor of climate
New Swiss Polar Institute to explore Antarctic
Swissinfo / Posted 17 days ago
Arctic, and somewhat less so in Antarctica,” said Stocker, professor of climate and environmental physics at the University of Bern. Based at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), the SPI is a consortium of the EPFL, the... Read more
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Swissinfo
Swiss health minister open to cannabis distribution trialssaid his department had not yet received any requests for such special permits
Swiss health minister open to cannabis distribution trials
Swissinfo / Posted 19 days ago
said his department had not yet received any requests for such special permits from cantons or communes. Recently, the city of Bern announced its intent to seek such a permit in order to study the distribution of cannabis to a select group of study... Read more
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Times of Malta
Malta elected to chair meetings on illegal killing of birdsthree years, the success of Malta's reforms placed the country among the best p
Malta elected to chair meetings on illegal killing of birds
Times of Malta / Posted 19 days ago
three years, the success of Malta's reforms placed the country among the best performing countries in the implementation of Bern Convention's Tunis Action Plan on the Eradication of Illegal Killing, Trapping and Trade in Wild Birds and is... Read more
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ESPN FC
The 10 greatest international tournaments in the history of footballGermany emerged victorious in 1954 from the tournament with the most goals per
The 10 greatest international tournaments in the history of football
ESPN FC / Posted 21 days ago
Germany emerged victorious in 1954 from the tournament with the most goals per game in World Cup history. In the "Miracle of Bern," West Germany won the tournament just nine years after the end of World War II, also overcoming the exquisite... Read more
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Swissinfo
First images from Swiss camera on Mars orbiterspace. “The initial switch-on went quite smoothly and so far things look good,”
First images from Swiss camera on Mars orbiter
Swissinfo / Posted 22 days ago
space. “The initial switch-on went quite smoothly and so far things look good,” says Nicolas Thomas from the University of Bern in Switzerland - the camera’s principal investigator. “Although it was not designed to look at faint stars, these... Read more
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DW
ExoMars sends back first image from Mars mission |Thursday. "The initial switch-on went quite smoothly and so far things look go
ExoMars sends back first image from Mars mission |
DW / Posted 22 days ago
Thursday. "The initial switch-on went quite smoothly and so far things look good," Nicolas Thomas from the University of Bern in Switzerland, and the camera's principal investigator said. "Although it was not designed to look at faint stars,... Read more
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PhysOrg
First light for ExoMarswell. "The initial switch-on went quite smoothly and so far things look good,"
First light for ExoMars
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
well. "The initial switch-on went quite smoothly and so far things look good," says Nicolas Thomas from the University of Bern in Switzerland, and camera principal investigator. ExoMars first light - annotated. Credit:... Read more
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FIFA
The moments before the Miraclethis final – remembered as arguably the greatest in World Cup history – becomin
The moments before the Miracle
FIFA / Posted 22 days ago
this final – remembered as arguably the greatest in World Cup history – becoming ‘Das Wunder von Bern’ (‘The Miracle of Bern’). Instead, it was expected to represent the routine coronation of a seemingly unstoppable Hungary team that, earlier... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Vast Cultural, Historical Program Devoted to Sahrawi Cause in Bernto Sahrawi people (SUKS). This cultural event has been inaugurated on Monday i
Vast Cultural, Historical Program Devoted to Sahrawi Cause in Bern
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
to Sahrawi people (SUKS). This cultural event has been inaugurated on Monday in the historic building of the old city of Bern (Kafigturm) by an exhibition of photos relating the struggle of the Sahrawi people entitled "Where are you?, Sahrawi... Read more
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Swissinfo
Swiss fans of the 'Russian-style' dipof towns or cantons. A number of other events have developed thanks to the enth
Swiss fans of the 'Russian-style' dip
Swissinfo / Posted 23 days ago
of towns or cantons. A number of other events have developed thanks to the enthusiasm of individuals. Thomas Jenatsch of Bern organised a New Year's Day dip for his acquaintances two years in a row. “Eight people took part in 2014 and in 2015... Read more
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Vavel
WTA announces another new stop in Switzerland, to be added in 2017 calendarCui-Paoluzzo/Getty Images. Biel/Bienne, located in northwestern Switzerland is
WTA announces another new stop in Switzerland, to be added in 2017 calendar
Vavel / Posted 23 days ago
Cui-Paoluzzo/Getty Images. Biel/Bienne, located in northwestern Switzerland is a half-an-hour drive from the capital city of Bern and an approximate 100-minute drive from Gstaad. The tournament will be held in a newly-bulit indoor arena and will... Read more
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Philly.com
As Pa. primary looms, true believers are among usHall. "Did it really? asked Kim Segal, a 20-year-old Temple junior. "I'll brin
As Pa. primary looms, true believers are among us
Philly.com / Posted 23 days ago
Hall. "Did it really? asked Kim Segal, a 20-year-old Temple junior. "I'll bring back my sewing kit." Life in the Bubble of Bern. For so long now, we have been watching this presidential campaign from afar. But Pennsylvania's April 26 primary is... Read more
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redOrbit
What does 'Planet Nine' look like? Scientists model the planet's size and temperatureto be a ninth planet in the solar system has commanded a lot of attention in th
What does 'Planet Nine' look like? Scientists model the planet's size and temperature
redOrbit / Posted 24 days ago
to be a ninth planet in the solar system has commanded a lot of attention in the scientific community, and now University of Bern astrophysicists have shed new light on what this planet's possible appearance. In new research accepted for... Read more
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ExtremeTech
Plan(et) 9 from outer space: What the still-hypothetical planet might look likebeing taken seriously. Fresh research published by Christoph Mordasini and Ph.
Plan(et) 9 from outer space: What the still-hypothetical planet might look like
ExtremeTech / Posted 24 days ago
being taken seriously. Fresh research published by Christoph Mordasini and Ph.D. student Esther Linder at the University of Bern, suggests that Planet Nine is probably a smaller version of an ice giant like Uranus or Neptune. Planet 9’s proposed... Read more
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PhysOrg
NASA's planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft in emergency modeAstrophysicists at the University of Bern have modelled the evolution of the pu
NASA's planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft in emergency mode
PhysOrg / Posted 25 days ago
Astrophysicists at the University of Bern have modelled the evolution of the putative planet in the outer solar system. They estimate that the object has a present-day radius equal to 3.7 Earth radii and a temperature of ... 0 comments... Read more
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Swissinfo
Bear killed in collision with Swiss trainlast Sunday. The latest one was on Friday by a forest guard in Zernez. The dead
Bear killed in collision with Swiss train
Swissinfo / Posted 27 days ago
last Sunday. The latest one was on Friday by a forest guard in Zernez. The dead bear will be transported to the University of Bern. Researchers there will carry out genetic tests to determine the identity of the animal. This is not the first time... Read more
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CNET
Is this what Planet Nine looks like?Nine proposed that it could be a gas giant, like Neptune or Jupiter. Now a tea
Is this what Planet Nine looks like?
CNET / Posted 28 days ago
Nine proposed that it could be a gas giant, like Neptune or Jupiter. Now a team of astrophysicists from the University of Bern in Switzerland has used the available evidence to model what sort of planet may be on its weird orbit in the outer... Read more
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Daily Mail
Planet 9 could be a frozen world FOUR times bigger than Earthhearing of the possible existence of a ninth planet, professor Christoph Mordas
Planet 9 could be a frozen world FOUR times bigger than Earth
Daily Mail / Posted 28 days ago
hearing of the possible existence of a ninth planet, professor Christoph Mordasini and Esther Linder from the University of Bern sought answers. 'For me candidate Planet 9 is a close object, although it is about 700 times further away as the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Planet 9 takes shapeof planet candidate 9. Credit: Esther Linder, Christoph Mordasini, Universität
Planet 9 takes shape
PhysOrg / Posted 29 days ago
of planet candidate 9. Credit: Esther Linder, Christoph Mordasini, Universität Bern Astrophysicists at the University of Bern have modelled the evolution of the putative planet in the outer solar system. They estimate that the object has a... Read more
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Swissinfo
Children’s drawings headed to space aboard Swiss-led satellitetwo metal plaques before being fixed to the outside of the satellite. The proje
Children’s drawings headed to space aboard Swiss-led satellite
Swissinfo / Posted a month ago
two metal plaques before being fixed to the outside of the satellite. The project is a collaboration among the University of Bern, the University of Geneva and the Federal Institutes of Technology in Lausanne and Zurich (EPFL and ETHZ). The goal... Read more
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Velo News
Cancellara attempts to make Ronde history in final yearfive years ago, a fictional television series was created based on it. Cancell
Cancellara attempts to make Ronde history in final year
Velo News / Posted 1 months ago
five years ago, a fictional television series was created based on it. Cancellara, who hails from the Swiss capital city of Bern, has essentially become an honorary Belgian. His titles in 2010, 2013, and 2014 put him alongside five other... Read more
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