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Discover below a selection of interventions with our members in the Media (Newspapers, Journals, Blogs etc.). 

2021

SRF Sternstunde. (2021, February 28). Hans-Johann Glock - Tiere verstehen, aber wie? https://www.srf.ch/play/tv/sendung/sternstunde-philosophie?id=b7705a5d-4b68-4cb1-9404-03932cd8d569
RTS CQFD. (2021, February 26). Rencontre avec Emilie Genty, une spécialiste de la communication chez les grands singes - Radio. Play RTS. https://www.rts.ch/play/radio/cqfd/audio/rencontre-avec-emilie-genty-une-specialiste-de-la-communication-chez-les-grands-singes?id=11968979
RTS, Tribu. (2021, February 19). L’évolution du langage - Radio. https://www.rts.ch/play/radio/tribu/audio/levolution-du-langage?id=11950946
BGR. (2021, February 5). Monkeys eavesdrop on each other and listen in on monkey conversations. https://bgr.com/2021/02/04/monkey-gossip-primates-marmoset/
Le 19h30 de la RTS. (2021, February 4). La stimulation cérébrale, un espoir pour soigner la dyslexie. https://www.rts.ch/play/tv/19h30/video/la-stimulation-cerebrale-un-espoir-pour-soigner-la-dyslexie?urn=urn:rts:video:11950216
JoosseFeb. 3, T., 2021, & Pm, 2:00. (2021, February 3). Marmosets eavesdrop on their neighbors—and judge them accordingly. Science | AAAS. https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2021/02/marmosets-eavesdrop-their-neighbors-and-judge-them-accordingly
SWI swissinfo.ch. (2021, February 3). Marmosets analyse ‘chats’ to find useful partners. https://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/marmoset-banter-can-rub-others-up-the-wrong-way/46342284
SWI swissinfo.ch. (2021, February 2). Einfache Grammatik macht es dem Gehirn schwierig. https://www.swissinfo.ch/ger/einfache-grammatik-macht-es-dem-gehirn-schwierig/46337080
Science Daily. (2021, January 27). Brain activity during speaking varies between simple and complex grammatical forms. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/01/210127122402.htm
Heidi.news. (2021, January 25). Un pôle de recherche à 34 millions de francs pour réunir toutes les facettes du langage. https://www.heidi.news/sciences/un-pole-de-recherche-a-34-millions-de-francs-pour-reunir-toutes-les-facettes-du-langage
Zoo Basel. (2021, January 25). Forschung im Affenhaus. https://www.zoobasel.ch/de/aktuelles/blog/2/zoo/169/forschung-im-affenhaus/
SRF Echo der Zeit. (2021, January 22). Sprache verstehen als Resultat der Evolutionsgeschichte. https://www.srf.ch/play/radio/echo-der-zeit/audio/sprache-verstehen-als-resultat-der-evolutionsgeschichte?id=bd5fce99-afd3-4516-8bba-a257f4b57a02

2019-2020

Heidi.news. (2020, December 21). Les bonobos aussi sont capables d’engagement social - Heidi.news. https://www.heidi.news/sciences/les-bonobos-aussi-sont-capables-d-engagement-social
Der Standard. (2020, December 21). Bonobos nehmen eine unterbrochene Arbeit pflichtbewusst wieder auf. https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000122628819/bonobos-nehmen-eine-unterbrochene-arbeit-pflichtbewusst-wieder-auf
Science News. (2020, December 18). Bonobos, much like humans, show commitment to completing a joint task. https://www.sciencenews.org/article/bonobos-show-commitment-completing-joint-task-like-humans
Inverse. (2020, December 18). Study reveals a surprising similarity between bonobos and humans. https://www.inverse.com/science/bonobos-behave-like-humans-in-this-1-key-way
SWI swissinfo.ch. (2020, December 18). Les bonobos sont sensibles à leurs engagements. https://www.swissinfo.ch/fre/les-bonobos-sont-sensibles-%C3%A0-leurs-engagements/46234210
ICI.Radio-Canada.ca. (2020, November 2). Les éléments constitutifs du langage sont apparus bien avant l’ Homo sapiens. https://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1746446/langage-comprension-elements-ancetres-humains-singes
Live Science. (2020, October 29). Building blocks of language evolved before humans split from chimps and monkeys. https://www.livescience.com/language-building-blocks-found.html
SWI swissinfo.ch. (2020, October 23). Research: building blocks of language have existed for 40 million years. https://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/research--building-blocks-of-language-have-existed-for-40-million-years/46118120
RTS, CQFD (brèves du jour). (2020, October 23). Les brèves du jour - Radio. https://www.rts.ch/play/radio/cqfd/audio/les-breves-du-jour?id=11660690
Daily Mail Online. (2020, October 22). Our primate ancestors developed capacity for language, scientists say. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8866009/Our-primate-ancestors-developed-capacity-language-scientists-say.html
Universität Zürich Magazine. (2020, October 22). New Blooms from the Uri Alps. https://www.news.uzh.ch/en/articles/2020/New-Blooms.html
BBC Science Focus. (2020, October 22). Key language ability “existed in ancient primate ancestors” - BBC Science Focus Magazine. https://www.sciencefocus.com/news/key-language-ability-existed-in-ancient-primate-ancestors/
Science Times. (2020, October 22). New Study Suggests That Language Started Forming 30 to 40 Million Years Ago. https://www.sciencetimes.com/articles/27827/20201022/new-study-suggests-language-started-forming-30-40-million-years.htm
The Independent. (2020, October 21). Earliest capacity for language first emerged over 30 million years ago, research suggests. https://www.independent.co.uk/independentpremium/human-language-ancestors-research-warwick-university-b1206831.html
Press release - Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. (2020, October 21). Languages and Genes Shed Light on pre-Incan Cultural Development in Central Andes. https://www.shh.mpg.de/1891679/barbieri-pre-incan-cultural-development-in-central-andes
Le Matin Dimanche. (2020, October 20). Fréquence cérébrale – La neurostimulation pour aider les dyslexiques. https://www.24heures.ch/la-neurostimulation-pour-aider-les-dyslexiques-651183307190
Cerveau & Psycho. (2020, October 1). Un traitement contre la dyslexie ? https://www.cerveauetpsycho.fr/sd/cognition/un-traitement-contre-la-dyslexie-20194.php
SWI swissinfo.ch. (2020, September 23). Zwergmangusten alarmieren Artgenossen mit ausgeklügelten Lauten. https://www.swissinfo.ch/ger/zwergmangusten-alarmieren-artgenossen-mit-ausgekluegelten-lauten/46052476
Sciences et Avenir. (2020, September 22). Dyslexie : la stimulation cérébrale réduit les déficits. Sciences et Avenir. https://www.sciencesetavenir.fr/sante/dyslexie-la-stimulation-cerebrale-reduit-les-deficits_147571
Heidi.news. (2020, September 22). La stimulation cérébrale, nouvelle piste dans le traitement de la dyslexie. https://www.heidi.news/sciences/la-stimulation-cerebrale-nouvelle-piste-dans-le-traitement-de-la-dyslexie
rts.ch. (2020, September 13). Une technique prometteuse contre la dyslexie mise au point à l’UNIGE. https://www.rts.ch/info/sciences-tech/11594748-une-technique-prometteuse-contre-la-dyslexie-mise-au-point-a-lunige.html
BBC Science Focus. (2020, September 12). Electrical brain stimulation may help dyslexic people to read - BBC Science Focus Magazine. https://www.sciencefocus.com/the-human-body/electrical-brain-stimulation-may-help-dyslexic-people-to-read/
SNSF Newsletter. (2020, September 10). New National Centres of Competence in Research get under way - SNF. http://www.snf.ch/en/researchinFocus/newsroom/Pages/news-200910-new-national-centres-of-competence-in-research-get-under-way.aspx
Big think. (2020, August 10). Good news for sufferers of dyslexia - Big Think. https://bigthink.com/surprising-science/dyslexia
Rhône FM. (2020, July 27). L’apprentissage du langage. http://www.rhonefm.ch/fr/diffusion/l-apprentissage-du-langage-1552207
RTS CQFD. (2020, June 29). Comment le cerveau identifie les syllabes - Radio. https://www.rts.ch/play/radio/cqfd/audio/comment-le-cerveau-identifie-les-syllabes?id=11400186
Scientific American. (2020, June 23). A Gene May Help Discern Language Tone Differences: Is It Shí or Shì ? Scientific American. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/a-gene-may-help-discern-language-tone-differences-is-it-shi-or-shi/
SAGW. (2020, June 23). NFS Evolving Language: ein nationaler Forschungsschwerpunkt zur Sprache. https://sagw.ch/sagw/aktuell/blog/details/news/nfs-evolving-language-ein-nationaler-forschungsschwerpunkt-zur-sprache/
RTS CQFD. (2020, June 17). Réparer le langage par la technologie [CQFD]. In rts.ch. //www.rts.ch/la-1ere/programmes/cqfd/11371731-reparer-le-langage-par-la-technologie-17-06-2020.html
Die südostschweiz. (2020, June 12). Gedankenlesen ist keine Science-Fiction mehr. https://www.suedostschweiz.ch/sendungen/2020-06-12/gedankenlesen-ist-keine-science-fiction-mehr
SRF Echo der Zeit. (2020, June 2). Forschung zum Gedankenlesen - «Es besteht eine reale Abhörgefahr» [Echo der Zeit]. https://www.srf.ch/news/panorama/forschung-zum-gedankenlesen-es-besteht-eine-reale-abhoergefahr
Reformiert (Bern-Jura-Solothurn). (2020, June 1). Die Gedanken sind nicht mehr frei.
Campus Magazine. (2020, June 1). Au cœur de la machinerie du langage. https://www.unige.ch/campus/141/dossier1/
Sonntag Zeitung. (2020, May 17). Grosses Missbrauchspotential – Können Computer schon bald unsere Gedanken lesen?
UZH, & Universität Zürich. (2020, March 24). Gedanken lesen. https://www.magazin.uzh.ch/de/issues/magazin-20-1/Interview.html
UZH, & Universität Zürich. (2020, March 24). Reading Minds. https://www.magazin.uzh.ch/en/issues/magazin-20-1/Interview.html
RTS CQFD. (2020, March 20). Rencontre avec Daphné Bavelier, une spécialiste de l’apprentissage et des jeux vidéo - Radio. https://www.rts.ch/play/radio/cqfd/audio/rencontre-avec-daphne-bavelier-une-specialiste-de-lapprentissage-et-des-jeux-video?id=11144331
Planete sante. (2020, March 19). Aux sources du langage. /Magazine/Psycho-et-cerveau/Mecanismes-du-cerveau/Aux-sources-du-langage
Le Matin. (2019, November 18). Les primates analysent la causalité des faits. https://www.lematin.ch/story/les-primates-analysent-la-causalite-des-faits-727545521462
RTS CQFD. (2019, November 18). La notion de syntaxe déjà présente chez les grands singes - Radio. https://www.rts.ch/play/radio/cqfd/audio/la-notion-de-syntaxe-deja-presente-chez-les-grands-singes?id=10836696

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