• 24.08.2016
  • Meldung
  • SCNAT
  • Schweizerischer Wissenschaftsrat SWR

«Science is not family-friendly»

We scientists shape science at SPS annual meeting in Lugano (August 2016).
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We scientists shape science at SPS annual meeting in Lugano (August 2016).
We scientists shape science at SPS annual meeting in Lugano (August 2016).

Statements of young scientists on the way to make research today.

Young scientists are giving statements to scientific culture at the annual meeting of the Swiss Physical Society in Lugano. Is there a crisis of science? What can we do better? Join us now to make it better! Your voice counts!

«Science is not family-friendly»
Oliver Fischer, Postdoc, University of Basel

«It’s important to publish negative results»
Marcos Penedo Garcia, Postdoc, EMPA

«There should be more interaction between science and the industry»
Xue Zhao, PhD student, EMPA

«Science depends more and more on the economy»
Marco Valente, PhD student, University of Geneva

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Science depends more and more on the economy

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We Scientists Shape Science

We want science to be creative, solid, open, helpful for society and a good career opportunity for the talented youth. Let’s start to change what it means to be a scientist and the way and the framework in which science is conducted. It is us scientists who need to change science. Researchers and key players in the Swiss science landscape will decide upon first steps at the meeting. It is time for doing science better.

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