Become a partner!
If you belong to a science-oriented organisation and would like to share your organisation’s website or have a page on the Swiss Sciences Portal covering a particular scientific topic, or if you would like to use the Portal to communicate specific information, then please get in touch with our Editor-in-Chief, Pascal Blanc, who will be pleased to discuss your requirements with you. Those who are accepted as partners in the Swiss Sciences Portal are issued with their own login details and can publish information on the Portal independently and free of charge.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to contact the editorial staff for the Portal Sciences Switzerland.
Chief editor, communication
email@example.com, 031 306 93 23
Chief Communication Officer
Academic assistant, Forum Biodiversity
Academic assistant, ProClim
«Scientists spend their lives trying to understand the world. How did life emerge? Do parallel universes exist? How can we tackle the ebola virus? The creation of knowledge is one of our fundamental preoccupations, and the greatest driving force behind our development as a society. The Swiss Sciences Portal provides insights into current scientific topics, organisations and activities, and thus serves as an all- important bridge – from science to you! The Portal is still in its infancy – over the coming months and years it will continue to grow and develop in terms of new content and increasing sophistication. Welcome to the world of science!»
Dr. Jürg Pfister
Secretary General SCNAT
The portal Sciences Switzerland is the communication platform for the scientific organisations in the multilingual Switzerland. All contributions are not always available in englisch and three of the languages of the country. When only one language exists, the contribution appears anyway in the other portal versions. So that the user can be aware of the content, independent of his language.
Auf dem Portal Naturwissenschaften Schweiz werden folgende Daten des Bundesamtes für Statistik benutzt: