Academia Raetica was established in 2006 and currently includes twenty-two nationally and internationally renowned member institutions. It acts as the platform organisation and primary contact point for scientific research and education in Graubünden. Its members institutions are self-standing institutions with nationally or internationally recognized excellence in a variety of scientific areas. They contribute to innovation, and economic and social prosperity in the region. In 2013, Academia Raetica founded the Graduate School Graubünden. The Graduate School Graubünden promotes young academics. It is committed to continuing education, scientific exchange, networking, cooperation, publicizing research and the support of newly arrived researchers.
Anja Schilling Hoyle will succeed Dr. Veronika Rall as project leader in science management at the Graduate School Graubünden on November 1. She has a degree in geography and specializes in project management and science communication.
The Swiss Institute of Allergy and Asthma Research (SIAF) has successfully moved to its new premises in the Medicine Campus at Davos Wolfgang. We would like to celebrate this important and special event together with the best allergists/immunologists with a scientific opening symposium.
The digitized school casts long shadows. How long will children continue to draw their knowledge and homework from books? Will the mobile phone displace printed teaching materials? What can digital teaching aids do better?
Ab dem Ende der Eiszeit durchzogen Menschen das Engadin als Jäger und Sammler. Später fanden Ackerbau und Viehzucht Einzug. Die Lebensweise damals ist zwar nur fragmentarisch bekannt, jüngere archäologische Forschungen ergeben aber ein überraschendes Bild. Funde wie der Ötzi und akribische Untersuchungen im Gelände und im Labor fügen sich zum Puzzle einer anderen, packenden Realität […]