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Trust involves evolving

Prof. Antoinette Weibel makes mistrust measurable

Trust in society

Gunnar Jansen trusts his mechanics blindly

Iris Menn fights for Mother Nature

Evelyne Binsack knows her limits

Essay on trust: A panoptic view of a multifaceted notion

Heinz Karrer counts on understanding

Prof. Martin K. W. Schweer talks about love

Martin Eisele opens doors for us

Beatrice Tschanz thinks speech is golden

Accelerated development offers an array of possibilities

Françoise Clemes is close to the customer

Customer focus

Thomas Klühr

Thomas Klühr personalises passenger offers

Andrea Schenker-Wicki fosters high-level education

Andreas Kubli reports more than 100 million logins

Philomena Colatrella answers customer enquiries herself

Ole Wiesinger takes a look back

Tobias Kindler places customers in the spotlight

Simona Pfister celebrates a 500th anniversary

Andreas Braendle helps mobile phones in need

Felix Graf marvels at the printed word

Reiner Pichler counts on omnichannel

Special Insights into customer needs

How do customers tick these days?

Simona Scarpaleggia advocates female empowerment

Thierry Kneissler drives digitalisation

Homo digitalis

Jonas Lüscher is no cultural pessimist

Patrick Warnking counts on individual skills and strengths

Pascal Koenig helps hopeful couples to know when it’s time

Damian Weber, Michael Gasser & Benjamin Habeggeroptimise athlete training

Tobias Schubert & Roman Hartmann are revolutionising the online market for bio produce

Kristina Tsvetanova helps the blind

Boris Beaude wants us to think change

Morten Brøgger helps companies communicate securely

Mathieu Jaton turns music into a World Documentary Heritage

“Humans should be conscious of how we go about using machines”

Human value in the digital age

Urs Rohner counts on trust and confidentiality

Courage and responsibility in balance

Trust in the Digital Age

Bruno Giussani spreads ideas with added value

Tobias Häckermann digitises what’s on the agenda

Alain Dehaze makes workers fit for the future

Susanne Ruoff links the physical with the digital world

Martin Bosshardt tracks the hackers

Herbert Bolliger lets his fridge do the shopping

Anna Alex thinks data analytics is in fashion

Thomas Trachsler guards also against digital threats

Arnfin Bergmann uses data for therapy

Urs Schaeppi makes secure connections throughout Switzerland

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The Essential Eight

Turning industry dynamics into an opportunity

Joe Jimenez pairs successful management with science

Life & Science

Gerold Biner lives his boyhood dream of flying

Henry Markram is on the trail of the brain’s secrets

René Prêtre thinks technology has not outmoded surgical skill

Antoine Hubert foresees profound change in the healthcare system

Grégoire Poux-Guillaume wants to improve our lives with his technology

Simon Michel looks to keep it simple

Lukas Braunschweiler gets people to listen-up

Gilbert Ghostine und Geneviève Berger never have a bad air day

Marc Forster addresses thorny issues with a tender touch

Roland Siegwart helps robots to understand the world

Hans Peter Gmünder knows that time heals

Trends in the Life & Sciences field
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