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SPIE 2020

SPIE 2020

This year takes place again the biennial SPIE international conference on Astronomy Telescopes and Instruments. It will be held between June 14th and 19th in Yokohama (Japan), link. The last 2018 edition was held in Austin (USA) gathering 2500 visitors and 125 exhibitor companies. For the 2020 edition the Swiss astronomer consortium NCCR PlanetS and the Swiss […]

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Bench2biz workshop: call for application

Bench2biz workshop: call for application

Are you wondering if your invention/research is commercialisable? Do you need to get a clear picture on how to pursue your business idea? Would you benefit from personalised guidance from experts? Bench2biz Zurich 2019 workshop for aspiring entrepreneurs in science & technology is launching a call for applications to all idea champions. Designed for high-technology […]

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EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019

EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019

The EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019  covers a broad area of science topics related to planetary science and planetary missions. The event falls  from 15 and 20 of September 2019 and it is a joint meeting of the European Planetary Science Congress and the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society. The programme of […]

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PlanetS and SSC: a joint meeting

PlanetS and SSC: a joint meeting

On March 20th PlanetS organized a joint meeting in collaboration with the Swiss Space Center in Bern. The joint meeting was aimed at informing the participants on the available opportunities of technology transfer and new ideas in the space domain funding. The event was opened by Andreas Werthmueller (Space Science and Instruments – Swiss Space Office). […]

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HARPS opéré à coeur ouvert

HARPS opéré à coeur ouvert

En 10 ans on a appris améliorer le rendement des fibres optiques en leur donnant notamment une forme octogonale. Fin mai, une équipe de l’observatoire de Genève formées de chercheurs, opticiens et techniciens dirigée par Francesco Pepe leader du projet 3 de PlanetS, a donc décidé de remplacer les fibres conventionnelles qui amènent la lumière […]

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