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A small jab with a big effect: the new vaccination campaign of the Federal Office of Public Health has been running for a few weeks now. In its support, ETH Zurich is launching its own campaign today, which will run primarily on social media.
The coronavirus situation continues to improve. The Executive Board has eased more restrictions in response to the Federal Council’s latest measures. The main change: wearing a face mask is no longer compulsory outdoors and only necessary indoors in certain circumstances. Events and sports activities are also possible again on a larger scale.
Since the start of the year, the Workstream 4 of the rETHink project has focused intensively on the organisation of our academic departments. Jan Vermant and Zeljko Medved, the operative co-leads of Workstream 4, talk about the most important findings of the analysis phase and the next steps.
Today, molecular genetic methods can be used to breed sustainable crops - such as multinutrient rice. Researchers are calling for the risk of new plant varieties to be assessed not on the basis of the breeding method, but on the basis of their characteristics.
Nina Buchmann, Chair of the Department of Environmental Systems Science, looks back on 150 years of Agricultural Sciences. There have been many highlights, but what really stands out are the sweeping changes in research and teaching.
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