Dossier:4 articles

War in Ukraine

In this dossier, we report on how UZH experts assess the current situation and how UZH supports teachers, researchers and students affected by the war.

  • Portrait

    Physics and War

    The young Ukrainian scientist Iaroslava Bezshyiko is set on discovering new elementary particles. This excitement about the mysteries of mass and matter runs in the family: thanks to a Scholars at Risk grant, her mother is now researching at UZH, too. web.newslist.more

  • Reproductive Medicine

    Surrogacy in Ukraine

    Advances in medical technology are expanding the possibilities for humans to have a child. Recently, two visiting scientists from Ukraine have been contributing their expertise to the URPP Human Reproduction Reloaded. web.newslist.more

  • Institute for Global Negotiation

    “A diplomatic solution is always possible”

    This Thursday marks the launch of the Institute for Global Negotiation (IGN). Its founder, Jack Williams, explains why a negotiated solution appears to be so difficult to achieve in Ukraine. web.newslist.more

  • Ukraine

    “After this war, nothing will ever be the same as before”

    The Russian attack on Ukraine is a tragedy for the people of both countries, says Jeronim Perović. The expert on Eastern Europe believes Vladimir Putin has misjudged the situation. web.newslist.more

Dossier:4 articles