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MyScience

myScience.ch
Web address http://www.myscience.ch
Slogan The Swiss Portal for Research and Innovation
Available in English, French, German
Content license Copyright Scimetrica, Bern, Switzerland
Launched May 2007
Alexa rank ~200'000
Current status 45,000 visitors per month (2011)

MyScience.ch is the Swiss Portal for Research and Innovation. This portal gives an overview of sciences, employment, funding, research area, universities and other research institutions in Switzerland. It aims at providing practical information about research mobility and living in Switzerland as well as a job portal for scientists and academics jobs.myScience.ch and information about continuing education.

MyScience.ch was launched in May 2007 [1] and took over some activities of the formal portal Swiss-science.org. The latter was the Swiss portal for researchers in Switzerland from 1999 to 2005. The portal Swiss-science.org was maintained by the Swiss Confederation and the company Science Com.[2]

MyScience.ch awarded by the magazine Anthrazit as being one of the 200 best websites in Switzerland in 2009.[3][4]

MyScience is a trademark of Scimetrica, Bern, Switzerland.[5] [6]

Network

MyScience is present in Germany, United Kingdom, and the United States and also maintains an international site.

MyScience International has currently the largest choice of science jobs in the world. There are currently about 7,000 open positions.

Partners

Partners of myScience.ch are, for example, BioValley.ch, an association supporting companies and institutions by providing access to the member’s network and its broad range of knowledge and expertise in the field of Life Sciences, EPFL, University of Geneva, University of Fribourg, Fachhochschule Nordwest Schweiz, the company Givaudan active in fragrances, Platform Networking for Jobs that supports immigrated and Swiss returning emigrants with an academic education to find a job appropriated to their qualifications. and simplyscience.ch, a portal for promoting sciences among teenagers. Other partners are Université de Genève, Université de Fribourg, the University of Lausanne, Université de Berne, HES-SO, FHNW, ZHAW, UZH, ETHZ, EPFL, EMPA, EAWAG, Agroscope Changin, Givaudan, CELLnTEC, Cargill, Covance, and Roche.

Notes and references

  1. ^ Press release: http://www.kooperation-international.de/en/detail/info/new-swiss-internet-portal-for-research-and-innovation-mysciencech.html
  2. ^ Science Com Services AG Löschung im Handelsregister:11.01.2008 http://www.moneyhouse.ch/u/science_com_services_ag_CH-035.3.035.282-8.htm
  3. ^ Anthrazit February 2009 "Die 200 Best Websites 2009"
  4. ^ http://www.myscience.ch/news/2009/beste_2009
  5. ^ 'myScience' has the trademark number 1119138 in the International Trademark System of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
  6. ^ myScience is registered under trademark number 594783 at the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property http://www.ige.ch

See also

External links

  • Official website
  • myScience International


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