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  • Comment from Victoria Tegg

    SEO

    Great article however you should have covered more cryptocurrency mining, because it's causing the prices of computer graphics cards to skyrocket for everyone, including businesses, gamers, professionals, and prosumers. More …

  • Comment from Batoul Haydar

    LIGHTENING UP

    Dear Journalist, This article specifically gave me glimpse toward my dream which is studying at UZH and speaking up for rights... The title hopeless optimism captured me and how Ms. Burgener was delighted by music and arts and balanced between her job and her artistic passion.Her life story for others is watering a desert when it is actually a paradise.Thanks to this rare person that reached impossibilities while others were calling her story a myth... Sincerely, Batoul Haydar More …

  • Comment from Batoul Haydar

    A Teenager with a Child's vision

    That's what exactly our universe starves for! I had the same imagination in my childhood creating fictional characters to help me get rid of my fears.So that is why I am totally living in a fairy tale eventhough I am not a baby anymore... Unfortunately people might go to logical ways in treating creatures that can only understand a cry and a hug. More …

  • Comment from AWASE SYED

    This article is short sighted and does not take into account many social evils of our times.

    Dear Sir, It certainly is a wonderful write up, but only takes into consideration a few aspects. I strongly believe poverty is a social construct, that has been designed by social communities. I had expected this article to also investigate/shed light on how social constructs amplify poverty. Some thoughts that came to my mind are 1.poverty is due to lack of opportunity. 2.poverty is despite having talent and skill, people struggle to gain fruitful employment or equal employment which often is marred with nepotism/bias based on caste/creed/ethnicity/nationality/religion. I would request you to consider these dimensions which often are the primary reasons that social constructs enforce poverty in minorities or marginalized communities. they are deprived of this opportunity by birth. Hope you would consider my insight in constructive thought! More …

  • Comment from Seung Hyun Yang

    Thank you

    I would like to thank to all of you for organising such a wonderful partner's day. I was surprised by how UZH is internationalised. No wonder why UZH is doing so well in the higher education. More …

  • Comment from Chandrashekhar Padhi

    Good News

    The conference will certainly bring the Indi-Swiss Ties closer. I am in one such arrangement, with a joint project that we developed between KIIT University in India and ETH. Hope you have a great success and I would also like to join the sessions of your conference. More …

  • Comment from Shraddha Karve

    Thanks

    Thanks Sujata! Please do join us for any of the sessions if you wish to. More …

  • Comment from Sujata Tetali

    Very good initiative

    The conference topic is very much exciting. I hope participants will share their ideas and very good collaborative projects will be conceptualized with good networking. Wish you all the best for the conference. More …

  • Comment from Tatang Mitra Setia

    A Smart and Energetic Professor

    I chose to participate in a research program in the tropical rain forest of Sumatra because Prof. Carel van Schaik is smart and hardworking. Since I first met and became his student in tropical rainforest in Sumatra, I learned a lot about science and gained valuable experience on how to do research and how to write a scientific article for publication. Proud to be his student. Thank you very much Prof. Dr. Carel van Schaik. More …

  • Comment from Annina Schwarz

    Best Professor

    During my bachelor I chose courses just because they were taught by professor Van Schaik! He is just amazing! Thank you! More …

  • Comment from Prakhar Tripathi

    Perseverance and Patience

    It is admirable on these students' part to not just work through their hard and challenging science research but to also manage their time and giving it their full to understand something as complex and serious as early-childhood education among the developing parts of the world, including, of course, India from where I come. They're all dedicated and greatly conscious about the structural problems of different societies undergoing rapid and often uneven industrialization. Being a student myself, this gives me a great motivation to pursue my own designs in this and if I may add, to forever banish from my mind the inexcusable excuses I often end up making to kill time, esp. when such persevering individuals micro-manage their time to the final second, from research to society. My very best to them all. More …

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