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2017 : Cryo-microscopie électronique (Jacques Dubochet, Prix Nobel)

En 2017 Jacques Dubochet a reçu le prix Nobel de chimie pour avoir développé la technique de cryo-microscopie électronique utilisée pour déterminer la structure à haute résolution des protéines en solution. La cryo-microscopie électronique est une technique de préparation d’échantillons utilisée en microscopie électronique.

1941: Velcro

Hook-and-loop fasteners, hook-and-pile fasteners or touch fasteners, commonly known as Velcro, is the brainchild oftheSwiss engineer George de Mestral.

1869: Friedrich Miescher discovers nucleic acid

Friedrich Miescher was a physician and professor of physiology at the University of Basel. He is known as the discoverer of nucleic acids as acidic components of the cell nucleus - the foundation stone for the discovery of DNA and thus for understanding inheritance in the 20th century.

1989: http is developed at CERN in Geneva

In 1989, Tim Berners-Lee and his team at CERN, the European nuclear research centre in Switzerland, started developing the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, along with the URL and HTML concepts, which laid the foundations for the World Wide Web. In 2018, the http protocol is still the basis of the world wide web (WWW). Sorry, this article is available in German only.

Study shows: OpenShift leads to faster development and lower costs

At Safe Swiss Cloud, we hear from software developers time and again that with dedicated Openshift clusters, the benefits of deployment in the cloud can be perfectly exploited. Red Hat's Platform-as-a-Service OpenShift enables faster development, deployment, monitoring and scaling of applications in docker containers. The feedback is almost always similar:

Merry Christmas!

All the Safe Swiss Cloud team wishes you a happy holiday and a successful 2018.

We are looking forward to an exciting new year.

Best regards,

The Safe Swiss Cloud team

EveryWare and Safe Swiss Cloud partner to drive cloud innovation in Switzerland

EveryWare AG has acquired a majority interest in Safe Swiss Cloud AG as part of a cloud cooperation. In the future, both companies will work very closely together to set new trends as innovation drivers in the Swiss cloud market. At the same time, however, they remain independent providers and will continue to operate under their respective names and brands.

Cooperation between Safe Swiss Cloud and TOMTEC for innovative diagnostic software

The cloud-based software TOMTEC ZERO cloud-based software makes heart diagnosis fast, safe and simple. This is also possible thanks to the secure and scalable infrastructure of the Safe Swiss Cloud.

Download: "Why get on-board the cloud?" – Safes Swiss Cloud at Digital Economic Forum 2017

In his presentation at Digital Economic Forum 2017 at Zurich, Switzerland, Daniel Müri, CEO of SafeSwissCloud gave practical examples of how companies are getting on their way to the cloud - and how they can benefit from the full potential of the technology.

Join us at Digital Economic Forum, May 9 & 10, Zurich

Daniel Müri, CEO Safe Swiss Cloud, will host the business track "Internet of Finance Things".